Do you wash your legs when showering? Are you a millennial who lives paycheck to paycheck?
603a Pretty In Pink House Jamboozle
Francis the interior designer calls a man to let him know that his house painting went well and that the pink coloring is bringing out the house. The man becomes irritated as the paint job will cost him $3000 and says “I’m not paying for a damn pink house!” he says it was supposed to be blue and tells Francis he “effed up”; Tati then chimes in to criticize his choice of pink and it’s revealed to be a prank from his girlfriend.
622a Yes or BS:Take On Tati With Captain Curt
Curt, Del Mar is a friend of the show and sadly fell flat of a win from Tati
Highlight headline: A coffee shop in SF is offering a $75 cup due to it's limited amount of beans which costs $800/pound
Beat Bakersfield Condors 6-2
Held a meeting about banning leaf blowers
Of a young man with no id late 20s in Cholas Lake Park
Gravel spill on 52WB
Chick Fil A
Testing Vegan options
Woman on the Moon
Awarded $2b due to roundup spray
NBC’s The Office is the most streamed
Empire cancelled after 6th season next year this is just after the announcement of Star being cancelled
735a 62% of millennials say they’re living paycheck to paycheck[CNBC]
Recent report came out about millennials more than ever are living paycheck to paycheck; Frankie and Tati question why, Sapphire says even with two jobs she’s having a hard time making ends meet but also guilty of eating out often
Here’s some stats from the CNBC article(see link above)
- Almost two-thirds of millennials say they’re living paycheck to paycheck and only 38% feel financially stable, according to a new survey from Charles Schwab.
- Millennials, more than any other generation surveyed by Schwab, feel the most insecure when it comes to their finances. That’s according to roughly 380 millennials (ages 23 to 38) surveyed for Schwab’s 2019 Modern Wealth report.
- Yet millennials also say they spend an average of $478 a month on “nonessential” purchases, such as dining out, entertainment, luxury items and vacations. That’s less than the $587 Gen Xers report spending, but more than the $359 spent by baby boomers.
- Terri Kallsen, Schwab’s executive vice president of investor services, tells CNBC “Spending is not the enemy that we might think that it is,”
- The number of households with student loan debt doubled from 1998 to 2016, Pew Research Center found. The median amount of loan debt millennials carried was $19,000, significantly higher than Gen Xers’ balance of $12,800 at the same age.
- Student loans are not the only kind of debt millennials hold. About 40% of millennials (defined here as those 20 to 35 years old) have credit card debt, according to a recent survey by LightStream, the online lending division of SunTrust Bank.
- Millennials ages 25 to 34 had an average of $36,000 in debt last year, excluding home mortgages, according to Northwestern Mutual’s 2018 Planning & Progress Study.
- Be really clear with yourself about what you want and what’s achievable. And be realistic, she says. Don’t expect yourself to go immediately from saving nothing to putting away $400 a month. If you can barely save $40, start by trying to save $40.
744A Millennial Paycheck to Paycheck Calls
Woman says gas is way too expensive, insurance is high even with a clean record and she has 3 kids; if it were her she might be living paycheck to paycheck but now forced with the realities with working 3 jobs to make ends meet.
Illene, Oceanside says she likes to eat out has 3 kids, Tati asks why not move because Illene says CA rent is high, but she also doesn’t want to leave without her family support
Destiny, Oceanside is 30 a single mom, renting an apartment by herself, trying to go back to school and trying to pay for daughter’s daycare
Jenna, 24 CV had dental work done, had to help her brother and sister with moving out of state, credit card debt
SD warns to be careful of taking selfies on cliffs
Users can sue the company due to Antitrust breaches
And exclusivity of apps
Officer who used a chokehold on Eric Garner in 2014 killing him is now under investigation
James Charles has lost millions of followers after Tati Westbrook talked for 45mins about her ruined friendship with him over makeup product
844a Double Check Your Budget:Tati’s Two Cents
Tati says there was a point in her life where she felt debt drowned her. She says on her IG feed she’d see the things people will buy and say well “they have it like that”. From doorbell cams, to baby food style Keurigs. If what you’re purchasing is helping you further in life, then do it. Time needs to be more productive; double check your budget, seek financial advising help.
Pitchers Urias arrested yesterday on domestic abuse charge
Watches her daughter Emmy during a rendition of Alicia Keyes’ If I Can’t Have You in what seems to be a documentary
Blasting single moms on leaving their kids with their boyfriends after the death of the Texas 5 year old