Alright, I know this is a bit late (though I did post my May Budget this week!), but I woke up and made an amazing strawberry chocolate chip pancake set and felt like playing video games today, so I took advantage of the mood. I used to love playing video games, but haven’t been enjoying it lately. It was fantastic. So, with a bit of Fallout 4, a mountain of strawberries and chocolate chips, and 8.75 hours of work in my blood (and a couple cups of coffee-haven’t enjoyed that lately, either!) I’m posting the roundup.
I have a few bonus articles and one helpful tool this week, so stay tuned!
Alyssa introduced an interesting idea. I don’t know if there is anyone in my life I trust enough to try it with. I’m also huge on instant gratification. Maybe doing it on a smaller scale, like weekly or for fewer months would be cool.
Crissy at The Financial Diet talked about why ‘…living life without regrets is a stupid motto.’ It really is, and I identified particularly well with numbers 10 and 15. I absolutely love being on my father’s health insurance. In fact, I don’t think I would be able to manage my disorder as well without it.
Now, a few posts from Medium:
Harris talked about moving on in life and how we grow through our spaces. I remember how I’ve changed over just the last few years since graduating high school. I moved into a dorm for ten months of that and the person I am now is very different compared to the person who graduated.
Lastly, Sarah proposed we all take ourselves a bit more seriously. I know that I often let my doubts take over and drop the ball, but doing this can really hurt one’s self-esteem. Take her advice, you’ll thank yourself later.
Finally, the grand finale! L Bee introduced her audience to this really cool system called Wela. It reminds me greatly of Mint, but has a couple features they don’t! I’m thinking of switching to it, but for now I’ve opened an account. Let’s see how it goes!
How did your week go?