Hidey ho, friends!
I can’t remember the last time I went out on a Friday night but I haven’t had so much fun in ages, money be damned. Weekend nights are about the worst time to go out for dinner and a movie but Petra Shawarma was well worth it (typically small NZ portions though) as was The Dark Horse. A stunning, unflinching piece of NZ film work and one I’m so glad we supported it by going to see it at a cinema. Five stars.
In fact, we went to TWO movies this week. Guardians of the Galaxy was nothing like what I expected. Silly good fun, with the most epic soundtrack and music nicely woven into the overall storyline.
Blast from the past
This week’s links
Back in Toronto, Steph at 20 Years Hence reflects on two years of continuous travel
Bridget at Money After Graduation and I agree on this: Your ability to be frugal is limited; your earning potential is not
Paula on the downsides of digital nomadism (slow clap)
An insight into how a chronically ill person does money
Let’s be real: how would you feel if your daughter was a porn star?
100 awesome, groundbreaking women – a worthy Buzzfeed listicle!
Funny About Money on the stuff you just can’t get anymore
The good and bad of a spender/saver relationship, at Making Sense of Cents
I was fascinated by this Ask A Manager thread on moving from white collar to blue collar
10 ways you’re making your marriage harder than it needs to be, via A Terrible Husband