Twenty Dollar Dinners
With the global economy and the stock market up in the air, I’m doing everything I can to watch the wallet. First of all, I’ve been comparing credit cards at Totally Money. We have so much information at our fingertips, we have no excuse for not researching the credit cards we use. Annual fees and bad APR’s can really take a financial toll. Secondly, one of my go to moves for dinner is buying two pounds of New York steak at five dollars a pound. If I have more time, I would buy some vegetables for a few more dollars. Total cost would be about twelve dollars. However, with the chopping, grilling, and washing dishes, the cost of the entire meal goes up because of the additional time expense. Now that we have Baby Buck, free time is hard to come by. We still need to eat. To assist, I’ve been leaning heavily on my dinner survival guide.
Is an additional eight dollars a fair price to pay to outsource the dinner preparation chores? Am I missing anything?