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Femme Cents
Blogging about personal finance and intentional living. Writer, food enthusiast, bibliophile, slow runner, podcast junkie. Powered by coffee.
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Femme Cents 3h
Replying to @mylifeiguess
Oh my, a flat tire is so much worse! I hope it wasn’t too much of a hassle to deal with!
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Femme Cents 3h
Forgot to eat breakfast this morning. Scrounged my coat pockets and car for just enough change to get a pop tart. It got stuck in the vending machine. How is your day going?
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Femme Cents 4h
“I can because I do.” I want to be like this when I grow up. These 100-Year-Old Retirees Are Running, Teaching Yoga, and Living Their Best Lives. Here Are Their Secrets to Happiness
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Femme Cents Mar 15
I literally have this exact thought every time I’m folding clothes...
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Femme Cents Mar 14
Replying to @reachingforfi
A couple girls in my office legitimately use a light therapy lamp at their desks during the workday. They swear it works... might be something to try.
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Femme Cents Mar 14
Replying to @KristyLKnapp
Ooh good suggestion!
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Femme Cents Mar 14
It’s only March and I’ve hit my health insurance’s out of pocket maximum. Is there anything I should try to get done to financially optimize being in this position? (I’m thinking maybe see a chiropractor preventativly but wondering if there is something else I should think about)
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J Clarke 🏃🏻🚴 Mar 12
So today I had a request from the little girl whose mum was knocked off her road bike & killed 10 days ago ‘Mr Clarke can you tweet the pictures of me putting posters up because you have got lots of retweets and raised awareness’ 💔 Twitter work your magic
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Femme Cents Mar 13
My town is going through the worst blizzard in 40 years. This is a powerful reminder from my local homeless shelter. (I promise it’s finance related)
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Femme Cents Mar 13
Replying to @teacherfire1
How much will the payment impact your monthly budget? And how much of a mental burden will the debt be? I 100% get the math that investing is a better ROI than paying off debt, but if the payment is a nuisance or a stress, you have enough cash to easily have it gone.
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Femme Cents Mar 13
❄️🌨💨☃️***SNOW DAY*** SNOW DAY*** SNOW DAY*** SNOW DAY***☃️💨🌨❄️
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Femme Cents Mar 13
17 month waitlist for our daughter to get into our top choice daycare. And I live in a town of <100k people. 🙄
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Femme Cents Mar 12
Was that before the college tuition??? USC is already stupid expensive 🙄
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the library haunter 🦉🎄❄ Mar 12
Strong Female Characters are great but we need stories about all different kinds of women—women who are clever and clumsy and scared and confused, women who steal puppies and turn sailors into pigs.
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Joy Clarkson Mar 12
Replying to @SketchesbyBoze
Although I understand the sentiment, I've always thought it was sort of superficial to insist on Strong Female Characters. Another version of idealising and therefore objectifying women. Here's the to slate breaking, tea sipping, pigmaking ladies.
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Femme Cents Mar 12
Replying to @Saving4XtraRice
FWIW, I come back to this article whenever I consider applying for a job where I’d have to increase my commute...
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Femme Cents Mar 12
Replying to @Saving4XtraRice
Well, only you can decide if it’s worth it! Giving up time with my kiddo would be a deal breaker for me, but I know some people who love their commutes. Would the duties be more interesting/put you on a better career track long term?
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Femme Cents Mar 12
Replying to @Saving4XtraRice
How much would it change your current commute? If I were increasing it by 2-4 hours per day, that wouldn’t be worthy it to me 😬
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George Takei Mar 10
Hey Congress: Let’s just drop this whole time switching thing we still do twice a year. It’s simply antiquated—and that’s coming from an octogenarian. Let’s just stay on this time, with greater daylight hours, all year round. Retweet if you agree.
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Femme Cents Mar 10
Replying to @rosecolordwater
Zyrtec is my preferred allergy med of choice. And if you have to be in an allergy heavy place for long, I’d seriously recommend getting allergy testing and shots. I got them as a teen and they really do work. As a kid my allergies were horrible and now they’re barely there.
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