Expenses

My groceries were only €15.40 this week, which is great; I even had room in that amount for nuts and (bliss!) potato chips. That means my expenses for this week, including a trifling little sum for travel, are €745. I booked my next plane trip to the US. To get the cost down to approximately …

Some quick food/budgeting notes

This week’s groceries expenses were €35 – they’ll be €37 when I get the peanut butter, which I forgot. Most of my groceries were bought at the farmer’s market, and because I brought a list and stuck to it, I did not splurge on expensive cheeses and sun-dried tomatoes. Last week’s groceries expenses were €27; …

What I’ve done lately for my goals

Here’s what I’ve done in the past few days to reach my various goals in the run-up to my wedding and emigration: Emigration: I have looked at the requirements for a Nonimmigrant Visa for a Fiance(e), and started taking action towards fulfilling them. The proverbial low-hanging fruit here turned out to be getting a copy …

Goals and things that need to be done between now and the wedding day

This is sort of a cross between a memo to self and a public announcement of my priorities for the next few months. If all you’re interested in is the schedule of the Rogues of Clwyd-Rhan comic, scroll to the bottom. Like I mentioned the other day, I’m getting married in May. Since my fiancée …

Gettin’ hitched in Tinnersee!

Allright, this post is the big announcement I’ve been promising to make since I came back from the US on Monday. It took a bit longer because I came home with a cold on top of my jetlag, AND I had to get straight back to work the next day. It’s taken me this long …

Back, and sick

I’m back in the Netherlands after 2 1/2 months in Tennessee. I’ve got some announcements to make and a backlog of other things I want to write about on the blog, but they’ll have to wait as I’m exhausted, jetlagged and sick with a cold. I did get a few things done since arriving here. …

Life update

Adventurecon was fantastic and very productive. I’m still in the US with Aggie, working long-distance for my employer in the Netherlands as an experiment. Aggie got me hooked on True Blood; the rest of my spare time is spent working on comics and trying to prevent a puppy from chewing up its surgical bandages. Life …