It turns out that I didn’t have to set up an RSS feed for a BuzzFeed “funniest tweets” search; I was able to follow BuzzFeed’s LOL Feed, which was already set up for me. (In case you want to set up your own.)
I switched from PCs with floppy disk drives and CD burners and everything to Macbooks with... none of that. I guess I could have emailed them all to myself and figured out how to do the transfer into Google Sheets or Numbers.
I switched the recommendation to Baba Is You—which I currently own on Steam, so I know it’s available!
What! And here I was hoping to gift it to myself...
I used YNAB, but you should be able to get this kind of info from most personal finance apps. Some credit cards also track spending by category, so that could be another way to tally everything up.
No, there’s no reason to close cards like that!
I’d transfer $3K to the balance transfer card, then pay off the remaining $2K as quickly as possible (while paying the minimum on the balance transfer card), then focus on paying that $3K down before the balance transfer intro APR expires. That method should minimize the interest you pay on your debt, assuming you can… Read more
Hahaha that’s fair! Landline phones are always an option.
I’ll second that recommendation!
Hey—it looks like this piece struck a nerve, so I’m curious if you want to start a conversation on how you choose which products to order to avoid returns. I’ll admit that I’ve employed the “order multiple versions” hack three times over the past year (twice with clothes and once with shoes), but if that’s… Read more
That is an excellent point, and I would not advocate doing it for every single purchase.
If you’re curious about the environmental impact of ordering products online vs. driving to the store yourself, this research suggests ordering online is actually better overall (but every time you order something and then return it, the environmental cost increases, soooooooo be aware of that): https://medium.com/ensi… Read more