Then there's the woman trying to sue her husband for a $53,800* per week divorce settlement. This is what she claims she needs every week to sustain her current lifestyle: *US dollars
- $30K +/- for housing (a Park Ave apartment & 3 houses in Sweden)
- $8,000 for travel expenses
- $4,500 for clothes
- $1,500 for entertainment and restaurant expenses
- $1,000 for hair and beauty treatments
- $700 for limo service
- $600 for flowers
We are always so cognizant of what we spend because of how long it takes us to earn it. So I would be thrilled to wake up one morning and NEVER have to worry money. It would be nice to be able to afford the things we need (or want) without having to scrimp & skimp.
Like travel, for example. We wanted to stay overnight in Boston when we took the boys to see the Bruins but didn't want to spend the money on a hotel room. I mean, motel room. [there is a difference... we can only afford motels, not hotels.] When we went to Boston in November, I searched Hotwire.com for deals, and finally got a room at the Radisson for $46/night, which was 58% off the rack rate of $109. I was stoked.
There's nothing I love more than a nabbing a big bargain. Especially when I'm saving my own hard earned dough.