Cheap for me

Cheap for me

Looks like the only student loan money I'm going to get for this school year is whatever I can take off my line of credit. What I have decided to do is to give my roomate 2000 dollars for the next five months of rent ahead of time (and don't worry I'll get a receipt from him, and he's turstworthy) which will exhast my lease. I'll probably give him another 200 dollars for cable and phone as well. Then I'll just take not spend any money off that line for the rest of semestser. So all I'm going to have at put aside for month to month will be food money and anything else I need to buy, as well as my social budget, which isn't too bad to begin with so I'm just going to be careful. After that I'll either get a cheaper place with more people, or I'll stay here and do the same thing again with the rent. I don't buy cd's or rent movies so that won't be a problem. I also dont' buy books, I just borrow them from others. I have an addiction to clothes with I'm hopefully going to curb by going to thrift stores to get my clothes so that it's cheaper and staying far far way from malls unless I can't find something. Anyway this is my question, my biggest vice is the fact that although I'm a good cook I'm just really busy and I also am kinda lazy and I have problems making stuff head of time, so my question is, does anyone have any good tricks or foods I can make ahead of time that stay good for a few days? Should I just make enough dinner for two and take my evening dinner for my next days's lunch? Any insight or tricks to make it easier for me to take food with me to school and work would be appriciated. A
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Lamps and Stuff

How long ago was it that I posted that I was worried I killed the roses?

How long ago was it that I posted that I was worried I killed the roses?

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New room at my new apartment.

New room at my new apartment.

photos: butterflies, monster lantana, blue salvia, rudbeckia

photos: butterflies, monster lantana, blue salvia, rudbeckia