If you clicked on the link because of the promises, it could mean you could use some extra money (sorry, none actually available).
It could mean you’re a college student leaving the care of your parents. That may mean that you’re also leaving the care of their wallet. Which is great. You want the independence baby, you’ve got it. And that probably means things are going to get a lot worse before they get better. Cause let’s face it, our parents do a lot for us. I mean, like…yeah. I’m not sure if it can be expressed much more clearly than that. Picking up where they left off is a huge change.
At times we’re forced to improvise. We skimp on the extras. I go shopping for clothes once a year instead of my usual two trips. I buy the cheaper food at the expense of the costly organic stuff. Not that I care, I could live off of butter for weeks and my metabolism wouldn’t break a sweat. In this weeks episode of “How Andrew Can Avoid Spending Money,” he got a haircut.
FROM HIS FRIEND. It’s not incredibly drastic, but let me tell you, when I gave him the razor, I started to freak out. It didn’t help that he kept muttering “Oops,” under his breath and asking me if I had always had that bald patch. Thankfully if turned out well. I was both pleasantly surprised as well as triumphant in my attempts to escape a $15 fee. So now you can see the result yourself and let me know how it turned out (don’t be too harsh, it was his first time).