I'm exact opposite. Cash is fun money, electronic money is real money. I think my (visceral) logic is that cash is self-limiting: if I spend this $10 on bubble tea, it's gone and I can't have anymore bubble tea. If I spend $10 using my debit card, I could theoretically have FIVE HUNDRED MORE before my money is gone, so I shouldn't tempt fate.
@beastlyburden holy bucket is that embarrassing or is that embarrassing?
@grobel judgey mcjudge pants
As a highly anxious person, I immediately and irrevocably latched onto my simple three-fund portfolio (all vanguard index funds) and I will never rethink it or doubt myself THE END
@Katni I'm in a Midwestern city and my building has the same set up, complete with open windows during -30 degree weather. It's not a regional thing so much as it is an old-building thing, I think.
@ronswansonluva omg someone pitch this PLEASE
oh god, sitting on the pile of money in the ING account. Money indecision is SO BAD. I can't think too hard about my financial strategy because I'll start to freak out and doubt everything and buy gold and bury it in an undisclosed location, a la Ron Swanson.
@OhMarie SLAP HIM it'll help, promise
@francesfrances I got jealous of your $20 sub so I went to Groupon and lo, there's a $20 deal for my paper! THANKS INTERNET STRANGER!
If you factor in the cost of my time, which currently bills at between $30-50 hr depending on the client, this sandwich actually cost me closer to $34.65 idk if this math works without actual wage loss!