@andnowlights !!!! That is bananas.
@Lily Rowan And of course, that was just the cut, not color.
Yeah, I once got a free haircut from a super fancy hair person, and it was BY FAR the best haircut of my life, to the point where I looked into going back to them. I think that it would have cost me $400 to see someone else at the salon, not even the fancy name person who gave me the free cut. It was really much better than any other haircut I've ever had, but even so, probably not 6 times better.
This is really beautiful and lovely.
@EvanDeSimone You can co-brand on the nonprofit's stuff! There are just so many of these curricula already that it seems a shame that companies are still developing new ones. I will get off my personal hobbyhorse now, though.
@EvanDeSimone The first thing we did in bank teller training was learning how to write a check. Also, you could throw some money at a nonprofit that has already developed a proven financial literacy curriculum instead of creating yet another one yourselves. (I realize this is probably not your personal decision, but have to stick up for my nonprofit peeps.)
@Allison Same!! And they've got to be able to make it work for him to be back sometimes, right??
@Julie the T Right? Now I'll never remember to go over there! (Sorry, Joe Reid!) But I feel him -- Friday is my last day at my current job.
@guenna77 For male nerds only, no? My impression of them is Not Good.
A friend of mine is probably going to have to take a paycut to get her next job, I think mostly because she's been really aggressive about her salary in the past, and now her industry is contracting like crazy, and there aren't jobs at her level. Which would be fine if she didn't spend all of her money.