It’s the middle of January, which means two things: it’s cold, and (like most people) I have to make a very difficult decision every day: face the freezing cold, or stay in bed. Since I’m
lazy a fan of staying warm, I usually just choose to stay curled up in my bed with multiple blankets, my laptop, and some snacks. If you want to do the same, but are bored of mindlessly searching the internet (which honestly, same), here are some recommendations for books and movies you can enjoy on your next cozy night in!
Live theatre is expensive. Especially at places like Mirvish, tickets can run well over $100 for just a couple of hours of entertainment. While it can be nice to go to the theatre (and support artists in the process!!), it can be even nicer to save money in the process.
It’s the start of a new year, which can only mean two things: Nearly everyone just made a promise that they’ll improve themselves in some way, and then … a week and a half later, that promise will be broken. Luckily though, the year we’ve just entered is 2020, which means that there are lots of apps you use to help you push that week and a half of keeping your resolutions to a solid two weeks, at least. (In all seriousness though, these apps genuinely are really helpful, so if you want some help with your resolutions, I’d definitely recommend them).
Going to the movies is a fun experience, but it can also be expensive. From high ticket costs to concession stands draining your bank account (all $6.07 in there), it can be hard not to leave the movies spending way more than you wanted. However, there are some tips and tricks to make your movie experience as affordable as possible.
With the holidays right around the corner, there’s so much to do, including buying gifts at the last minute. If you’re anything like me, you’ve procrastinated buying your gifts (or you forgot to pick up a present for someone), and you’re also on a budget. With the malls packed the weekend before Christmas, the following gift recommendations are simple and will help you get in and out of stores without breaking the bank.