The Perks of University Employment

I’ve started looking at my day-to-day life and I’m  seeing how good I have it. A lot of this stemmed from the holiday Christmas party.

I was carrying on with a few of my closer coworkers and they started ribbing me about my ranting skills. My response was “I don’t think I’m ranting… I think that’s just my (passionate) communication style…”.…

2016 Goals: Autopilot and Humdrum

There’s something to be said for “boring” goals. And this is a list a doozies. I think after actively working towards a debt of zero, and then achieving it (sort of), while still saving for retirement, means I’m pretty much good.

But I like the idea of just having things on autopilot as much as possible.…

Surprise 2015 Update

HelloHey y’all, long time no talk. I know I completely fell off the face of the PF blogging world, but I think any regular readers saw that coming. I truly appreciate those of you who took the time to email and check in on me. For those of you who didn’t contact, and haven’t already heard my “tale of woe”, I guess I’ll update you now.…

Things That Make No Sense: Apartment Edition

This post was originally inspired by Kayla from Shoeaholic No More, who wrote a post over on Catherine’s site, Plunged In Debt quite awhile back. During that post I realized how annoying some things are about landlords, and also for cheap landlords. Which then got me thinking about my current situation, and how my apartment has a few bizarre characteristics – I think my landlord tried to pass it off as “charm”, but it really isn’t.…

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