Last week's 1 thing was taxes. All sense of accomplishment upon getting them done was evaporated due to owing the govt. money. Boo taxes boo.
Feeling over-qualified/under-paid and being over-qualified/under-paid are different. It's unclear to me which one the LW is.
I'd say the average person in my office does about 6 hours of actual work each day. I wish I could call it a day after 7 hours or so. The Billfold is one of many sites I rely on to get me through my required 8 1/2 hours.
What a weird week. I got what I thought was a vague and somewhat contradictory not-altogether-positive performance review from my boss, then I got a (small) raise. I've decided not to analyze further.
@AitchBee I believe I will use that as the title to my memoir
Taxes. Normally not a last-minute filer of taxes, but when I saw that my refund was kinda tiny I closed the tab and stopped thinking about it for two months. So here we are.
Yeah, way to let us down, Dad's Resume.
That second to last sentence is spot on.
This fellow non-house-buyer-at-this-point-in-time agrees wholeheartedly.
Citi card Feb. 2014 balance: $170.61 Mar. 2014 balance: $85.61 SallieMae student loan (1 of some unquantifiably large number) Feb. 2014 balance: $6,912.63 Mar. 2014 balance: $6,810.06