Pre-Landlord Experiment – Room Renting

6 months of drama for a life lesson

September 1, 2016, I signed an agreement to become a homeowner. I was planning on finding a roommate to help pay for the place when one of my friends was on a time crunch to find a roof to live under. Let’s refer to her as Amy. I offered Amy my second bedroom for rent. I knew Amy for 3 years and we would hang out, gossip and go to shows together once in a while. Amy was an okay friend with constant drama around her, two neglected pets, terrible with money and no job. No surprise I started to regret my decision within a month.
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Pretending to be rich

Spending trap for a young professional

First nice paycheck got me fired up and feeling on top of the world. Spending money on things I couldn’t afford before like clothes, gadgets, parties, fancy dinners, house. Pretending to be rich as a 21 year old with job that for once payed more then minimum wage. Continue reading “Pretending to be rich”