He is essentially living with my brother and me part-time this year, since he has to go back and forth between Atlanta and New Orleans for his fourth-year med school rotations.Given his lack of income, the fact that he shares a room with me, and his part-time status, my brother and I agreed that we didn't need him to pitch in for rent or utilities, and that buying groceries would be an acceptable contribution.
When fiancé is here, he pays for all groceries for our household, including the Blue Apron meals.
, where we're tackling what might be the last taboo facing modern working women: money. I use the paid version so that I can access it on my phone, personal computer, and work computer. At the beginning of each month, I pay rent and then transfer anything I have left over out of my checking account and into savings.7 a.m. I was on a panel last night, and there's a Linked In request from one of my fellow panelists.
We're asking millennials how they spend their hard-earned money during a seven-day period — and we're tracking every last dollar. I recently graduated from a master's program, and the career counselor of the program invited me to sit on a panel of alumni to talk about our careers.
— My brother's kitten scratches at my door, so I let her in.
She immediately starts play-fighting with my cat, so I kick them both out and close the door.