It’s Friday and my stomach is full :)

by J. Money on Friday, March 7, 2008

I’ve been getting slammed here at work the past cple hours, so figured what better break than giving my friends a shout out?! By the way, have you heard the joke about the jump rope? Ahhh, just skip it…

Seriously though, get this. So remember i was trying to not spend any $ during work hours? Well, that lasted 3 days. BUT, the funny part is that as soon as i gave up, i had no problem w/ it! Check it:

DAY 1: i snuck off to a bar during the day to have a drink and relax for 20 mins…i had forgotten.
DAY 2: i ran out of bread for my PB&J’s and went out to Chipotle w/out even a thought.
DAY 3: i was craving the new chili bowl @ California Tortilla. *this is the point when i realized i had to give up.

Then, get this:
DAY 4 (yesterday): ate 2 mighty fine PB&J’s. $0.00 spent.
DAY 5 (today): boss-man took us out to eat (@ a fancy place too!) and again $0.00 spent.

I’m not sure if it’s just the way the stars are aligning or what, but i gotta say i’m pretty happy w/out the challenge. Don’t get me wrong, it’s GREAT if you can do it, but i’ve been perfectly fine the last 2 months bringing lunch 2-3 times a week. I think i’m just all “challenged” out lately.

Krystal at work, aka “give me my five dollars back” will be posting another challenge in April, so perhaps i’ll give it my all on that one? Either way, for all of you who’s doing swimmingly on this work challenge though, keep on keeping on!

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