@bgprincipessa UGH I DID IT TOO! And I even read your comment before I did it. f me.
I... I think I know the person who submitted the 4th from the bottom activity? ...ST? Is that you? You've said those exact words to me before. It was on a Monday too!
@themegnapkin I think your 50% efficiency statement sums it up. I'd rather be 100% productive for 6 hours everyday than 50% for 12. But I guess it comes down to culture and perceived work ethic... Law culture apparently blows.
@DON P.S. This should not discount the usefulness of Banker's chart. A+ for that chart.
@DON I mean, if I have a couch in my office, do naps count as working???
Can anyone confirm "12 hour days" means - he drinks, eats, and schmoozes away from his wife for 12 hours a day? I think that is what people who work "12 hour days" mean when they say that. Otherwise, if anyone works actual 12 hour days, please explain to me how you can possibly stay productive for that amount of time. Thanks!
No one else is buying a boat???
@EvanDeSimone We couldn't go robot because we might get Roomba instead of Bender, which would have been the worst. :/
@Weasley I totally understand this. I remember feeling guilty about asking my mom for doctor copays. She would remind me about specifics in the divorce agreement when I did. I just avoid the doctor now.
Hey, Mike, Logan, I just wanted to say you are both incredible. I never thought a boring-old personal finance blog would become my favorite blog, but it has. I get equal satisfaction out of the comment section here as I do having thanksgiving dinner with my extended family. Logan is off in the pantry having a glass of wine by herself, mike just left the room to go get desert ready and Nick and Ellie are still giving death stares across the table at each other. I'm over at the kids table eavesdropping/kicking my little cousins under the table. The tension could cut glass! Love you guys.