Weekly Budget

20 Mar 19
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20 Mar 19
Oroville Mercury-Register
Burgers and Brew is one of my favorite spots in town for a number of reasons. Craft beers that constantly rotate so there’s always something new to try, specialty fries that are practically their own meal and some of the biggest, tastiest, burgers around. It’s also one of my not-so favorite places in town for one reason alone: the prices. So imagine my surprise when finding out that this time my favorite burger on the menu was somehow within a starving student budget. Walking in from downtown on a crisp Friday afternoon with the sun finally out having just finished midterms and heading into spring break, I hadn’t a care in the world. Everyone must have felt the same. Smiling faces filled the bar and the considerable line to the register where orders are placed, and guests were filling up the outside dining area for probably the first time in months, enjoying the sunshine after weeks of overcast and cold. It’s hard to find it not hoppin’ at Burgers and Brew, but it seemed unusually full at 4:30 p.m., before the normal dinner hours and after normal lunch hours. I’d come to find out why as it came my turn to order. Burgers and Brew on the 300 block of Broadway serves up, you guessed it, burgers and brews. (Josh Cozine — Contributed) Fully expecting to order one of their fry dishes (several of which come with basically a whole chicken breast fried and cut into strips and dropped on top) I inquired about the cost of a basic cheeseburger. The person at the register said she’d have to double check since it was happy hour and a number of the burgers were a couple bucks cheaper. When I asked which ones I had her stop once she came to my favorite, the spicy guacamole burger. $11.29 after tax, she said. Yes please, I said. The burger came out perfect — as usual — after only a small wait time despite the happy hour crowd. Juices dripped and guac spilled out with each bite, the half pound burger and large serving of guacamole not able to be contained even with the extra large and tasty buns that have to be used. Rather than being a problem though, I just saw it as free fry toppings. Also as usual, I was already starting to feel full halfway through. I’ve never been one to let that stop me though. Finishing the full half pound of burger, and probably quarter pound of guac along with bacon strips and pepperjack cheese, I managed to leave nothing but a few fries and some fallen guacamole on the plate. Quite unusually though, this time I was still able to walk out without first sitting and sipping water for another half hour. Could be I’m just getting better at eating after all this weekly practice, but more likely it’s that I swallowed it all down with water this time instead of a beer to keep it all under budget; and while I first thought I’d end up missing something of the experience (after all it is called Burgers AND Brew) the burger more than stood up on its own. Josh Cozine is a Chico State University journalism student. Each week he is asked to find a meal that costs no more than $12 (one hour at minimum wage), including tip, and then write about it. Email him at starvingstudentjosh@gmail.com Burgers and Brew Address: 301 Broadway Telephone: 879-9100 Hours: 11 a.m. to midnight, Sunday through Wednesday; 11 a.m. to 3 a.m. Thursday through Saturday Total spent: $11.29, tipped to $12
20 Mar 19
Chico Enterprise-Record
Burgers and Brew is one of my favorite spots in town for a number of reasons. Craft beers that constantly rotate so there’s always something new to try, specialty fries that are practically their own meal and some of the biggest, tastiest, burgers around. It’s also one of my not-so favorite places in town for one reason alone: the prices. So imagine my surprise when finding out that this time my favorite burger on the menu was somehow within a starving student budget. Walking in from downtown on a crisp Friday afternoon with the sun finally out having just finished midterms and heading into spring break, I hadn’t a care in the world. Everyone must have felt the same. Smiling faces filled the bar and the considerable line to the register where orders are placed, and guests were filling up the outside dining area for probably the first time in months, enjoying the sunshine after weeks of overcast and cold. It’s hard to find it not hoppin’ at Burgers and Brew, but it seemed unusually full at 4:30 p.m., before the normal dinner hours and after normal lunch hours. I’d come to find out why as it came my turn to order. Burgers and Brew on the 300 block of Broadway serves up, you guessed it, burgers and brews. (Josh Cozine — Contributed) Fully expecting to order one of their fry dishes (several of which come with basically a whole chicken breast fried and cut into strips and dropped on top) I inquired about the cost of a basic cheeseburger. The person at the register said she’d have to double check since it was happy hour and a number of the burgers were a couple bucks cheaper. When I asked which ones I had her stop once she came to my favorite, the spicy guacamole burger. $11.29 after tax, she said. Yes please, I said. The burger came out perfect — as usual — after only a small wait time despite the happy hour crowd. Juices dripped and guac spilled out with each bite, the half pound burger and large serving of guacamole not able to be contained even with the extra large and tasty buns that have to be used. Rather than being a problem though, I just saw it as free fry toppings. Also as usual, I was already starting to feel full halfway through. I’ve never been one to let that stop me though. Finishing the full half pound of burger, and probably quarter pound of guac along with bacon strips and pepperjack cheese, I managed to leave nothing but a few fries and some fallen guacamole on the plate. Quite unusually though, this time I was still able to walk out without first sitting and sipping water for another half hour. Could be I’m just getting better at eating after all this weekly practice, but more likely it’s that I swallowed it all down with water this time instead of a beer to keep it all under budget; and while I first thought I’d end up missing something of the experience (after all it is called Burgers AND Brew) the burger more than stood up on its own. Josh Cozine is a Chico State University journalism student. Each week he is asked to find a meal that costs no more than $12 (one hour at minimum wage), including tip, and then write about it. Email him at starvingstudentjosh@gmail.com Burgers and Brew Address: 301 Broadway Telephone: 879-9100 Hours: 11 a.m. to midnight, Sunday through Wednesday; 11 a.m. to 3 a.m. Thursday through Saturday Total spent: $11.29, tipped to $12
20 Mar 19
Oroville Mercury-Register
Burgers and Brew is one of my favorite spots in town for a number of reasons. Craft beers that constantly rotate so there’s always something new to try, specialty fries that are practically their own meal and some of the biggest, tastiest, burgers around. It’s also one of my not-so favorite places in town for one reason alone: the prices. So imagine my surprise when finding out that this time my favorite burger on the menu was somehow within a starving student budget. Walking in from downtown on a crisp Friday afternoon with the sun finally out having just finished midterms and heading into spring break, I hadn’t a care in the world. Everyone must have felt the same. Smiling faces filled the bar and the considerable line to the register where orders are placed, and guests were filling up the outside dining area for probably the first time in months, enjoying the sunshine after weeks of overcast and cold. It’s hard to find it not hoppin’ at Burgers and Brew, but it seemed unusually full at 4:30 p.m., before the normal dinner hours and after normal lunch hours. I’d come to find out why as it came my turn to order. Burgers and Brew on the 300 block of Broadway serves up, you guessed it, burgers and brews. (Josh Cozine — Contributed) Fully expecting to order one of their fry dishes (several of which come with basically a whole chicken breast fried and cut into strips and dropped on top) I inquired about the cost of a basic cheeseburger. The person at the register said she’d have to double check since it was happy hour and a number of the burgers were a couple bucks cheaper. When I asked which ones I had her stop once she came to my favorite, the spicy guacamole burger. $11.29 after tax, she said. Yes please, I said. The burger came out perfect — as usual — after only a small wait time despite the happy hour crowd. Juices dripped and guac spilled out with each bite, the half pound burger and large serving of guacamole not able to be contained even with the extra large and tasty buns that have to be used. Rather than being a problem though, I just saw it as free fry toppings. Also as usual, I was already starting to feel full halfway through. I’ve never been one to let that stop me though. Finishing the full half pound of burger, and probably quarter pound of guac along with bacon strips and pepperjack cheese, I managed to leave nothing but a few fries and some fallen guacamole on the plate. Quite unusually though, this time I was still able to walk out without first sitting and sipping water for another half hour. Could be I’m just getting better at eating after all this weekly practice, but more likely it’s that I swallowed it all down with water this time instead of a beer to keep it all under budget; and while I first thought I’d end up missing something of the experience (after all it is called Burgers AND Brew) the burger more than stood up on its own. Josh Cozine is a Chico State University journalism student. Each week he is asked to find a meal that costs no more than $12 (one hour at minimum wage), including tip, and then write about it. Email him at starvingstudentjosh@gmail.com Burgers and Brew Address: 301 Broadway Telephone: 879-9100 Hours: 11 a.m. to midnight, Sunday through Wednesday; 11 a.m. to 3 a.m. Thursday through Saturday Total spent: $11.29, tipped to $12
20 Mar 19
Oroville Mercury-Register
Burgers and Brew is one of my favorite spots in town for a number of reasons. Craft beers that constantly rotate so there’s always something new to try, specialty fries that are practically their own meal and some of the biggest, tastiest, burgers around. It’s also one of my not-so favorite places in town for one reason alone: the prices. So imagine my surprise when finding out that this time my favorite burger on the menu was somehow within a starving student budget. Walking in from downtown on a crisp Friday afternoon with the sun finally out having just finished midterms and heading into spring break, I hadn’t a care in the world. Everyone must have felt the same. Smiling faces filled the bar and the considerable line to the register where orders are placed, and guests were filling up the outside dining area for probably the first time in months, enjoying the sunshine after weeks of overcast and cold. It’s hard to find it not hoppin’ at Burgers and Brew, but it seemed unusually full at 4:30 p.m., before the normal dinner hours and after normal lunch hours. I’d come to find out why as it came my turn to order. Burgers and Brew on the 300 block of Broadway serves up, you guessed it, burgers and brews. (Josh Cozine — Contributed) Fully expecting to order one of their fry dishes (several of which come with basically a whole chicken breast fried and cut into strips and dropped on top) I inquired about the cost of a basic cheeseburger. The person at the register said she’d have to double check since it was happy hour and a number of the burgers were a couple bucks cheaper. When I asked which ones I had her stop once she came to my favorite, the spicy guacamole burger. $11.29 after tax, she said. Yes please, I said. The burger came out perfect — as usual — after only a small wait time despite the happy hour crowd. Juices dripped and guac spilled out with each bite, the half pound burger and large serving of guacamole not able to be contained even with the extra large and tasty buns that have to be used. Rather than being a problem though, I just saw it as free fry toppings. Also as usual, I was already starting to feel full halfway through. I’ve never been one to let that stop me though. Finishing the full half pound of burger, and probably quarter pound of guac along with bacon strips and pepperjack cheese, I managed to leave nothing but a few fries and some fallen guacamole on the plate. Quite unusually though, this time I was still able to walk out without first sitting and sipping water for another half hour. Could be I’m just getting better at eating after all this weekly practice, but more likely it’s that I swallowed it all down with water this time instead of a beer to keep it all under budget; and while I first thought I’d end up missing something of the experience (after all it is called Burgers AND Brew) the burger more than stood up on its own. Josh Cozine is a Chico State University journalism student. Each week he is asked to find a meal that costs no more than $12 (one hour at minimum wage), including tip, and then write about it. Email him at starvingstudentjosh@gmail.com Burgers and Brew Address: 301 Broadway Telephone: 879-9100 Hours: 11 a.m. to midnight, Sunday through Wednesday; 11 a.m. to 3 a.m. Thursday through Saturday Total spent: $11.29, tipped to $12
20 Mar 19
Oroville Mercury-Register
Burgers and Brew is one of my favorite spots in town for a number of reasons. Craft beers that constantly rotate so there’s always something new to try, specialty fries that are practically their own meal and some of the biggest, tastiest, burgers around. It’s also one of my not-so favorite places in town for one reason alone: the prices. So imagine my surprise when finding out that this time my favorite burger on the menu was somehow within a starving student budget. Walking in from downtown on a crisp Friday afternoon with the sun finally out having just finished midterms and heading into spring break, I hadn’t a care in the world. Everyone must have felt the same. Smiling faces filled the bar and the considerable line to the register where orders are placed, and guests were filling up the outside dining area for probably the first time in months, enjoying the sunshine after weeks of overcast and cold. It’s hard to find it not hoppin’ at Burgers and Brew, but it seemed unusually full at 4:30 p.m., before the normal dinner hours and after normal lunch hours. I’d come to find out why as it came my turn to order. Burgers and Brew on the 300 block of Broadway serves up, you guessed it, burgers and brews. (Josh Cozine — Contributed) Fully expecting to order one of their fry dishes (several of which come with basically a whole chicken breast fried and cut into strips and dropped on top) I inquired about the cost of a basic cheeseburger. The person at the register said she’d have to double check since it was happy hour and a number of the burgers were a couple bucks cheaper. When I asked which ones I had her stop once she came to my favorite, the spicy guacamole burger. $11.29 after tax, she said. Yes please, I said. The burger came out perfect — as usual — after only a small wait time despite the happy hour crowd. Juices dripped and guac spilled out with each bite, the half pound burger and large serving of guacamole not able to be contained even with the extra large and tasty buns that have to be used. Rather than being a problem though, I just saw it as free fry toppings. Also as usual, I was already starting to feel full halfway through. I’ve never been one to let that stop me though. Finishing the full half pound of burger, and probably quarter pound of guac along with bacon strips and pepperjack cheese, I managed to leave nothing but a few fries and some fallen guacamole on the plate. Quite unusually though, this time I was still able to walk out without first sitting and sipping water for another half hour. Could be I’m just getting better at eating after all this weekly practice, but more likely it’s that I swallowed it all down with water this time instead of a beer to keep it all under budget; and while I first thought I’d end up missing something of the experience (after all it is called Burgers AND Brew) the burger more than stood up on its own. Josh Cozine is a Chico State University journalism student. Each week he is asked to find a meal that costs no more than $12 (one hour at minimum wage), including tip, and then write about it. Email him at starvingstudentjosh@gmail.com Burgers and Brew Address: 301 Broadway Telephone: 879-9100 Hours: 11 a.m. to midnight, Sunday through Wednesday; 11 a.m. to 3 a.m. Thursday through Saturday Total spent: $11.29, tipped to $12
20 Mar 19
Oroville Mercury-Register
Burgers and Brew is one of my favorite spots in town for a number of reasons. Craft beers that constantly rotate so there’s always something new to try, specialty fries that are practically their own meal and some of the biggest, tastiest, burgers around. It’s also one of my not-so favorite places in town for one reason alone: the prices. So imagine my surprise when finding out that this time my favorite burger on the menu was somehow within a starving student budget. Walking in from downtown on a crisp Friday afternoon with the sun finally out having just finished midterms and heading into spring break, I hadn’t a care in the world. Everyone must have felt the same. Smiling faces filled the bar and the considerable line to the register where orders are placed, and guests were filling up the outside dining area for probably the first time in months, enjoying the sunshine after weeks of overcast and cold. It’s hard to find it not hoppin’ at Burgers and Brew, but it seemed unusually full at 4:30 p.m., before the normal dinner hours and after normal lunch hours. I’d come to find out why as it came my turn to order. Burgers and Brew on the 300 block of Broadway serves up, you guessed it, burgers and brews. (Josh Cozine — Contributed) Fully expecting to order one of their fry dishes (several of which come with basically a whole chicken breast fried and cut into strips and dropped on top) I inquired about the cost of a basic cheeseburger. The person at the register said she’d have to double check since it was happy hour and a number of the burgers were a couple bucks cheaper. When I asked which ones I had her stop once she came to my favorite, the spicy guacamole burger. $11.29 after tax, she said. Yes please, I said. The burger came out perfect — as usual — after only a small wait time despite the happy hour crowd. Juices dripped and guac spilled out with each bite, the half pound burger and large serving of guacamole not able to be contained even with the extra large and tasty buns that have to be used. Rather than being a problem though, I just saw it as free fry toppings. Also as usual, I was already starting to feel full halfway through. I’ve never been one to let that stop me though. Finishing the full half pound of burger, and probably quarter pound of guac along with bacon strips and pepperjack cheese, I managed to leave nothing but a few fries and some fallen guacamole on the plate. Quite unusually though, this time I was still able to walk out without first sitting and sipping water for another half hour. Could be I’m just getting better at eating after all this weekly practice, but more likely it’s that I swallowed it all down with water this time instead of a beer to keep it all under budget; and while I first thought I’d end up missing something of the experience (after all it is called Burgers AND Brew) the burger more than stood up on its own. Josh Cozine is a Chico State University journalism student. Each week he is asked to find a meal that costs no more than $12 (one hour at minimum wage), including tip, and then write about it. Email him at starvingstudentjosh@gmail.com Burgers and Brew Address: 301 Broadway Telephone: 879-9100 Hours: 11 a.m. to midnight, Sunday through Wednesday; 11 a.m. to 3 a.m. Thursday through Saturday Total spent: $11.29, tipped to $12
20 Mar 19
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My name is Josef Bichler. I actually have a https://zennolab.com/discussion/members/gloria-weldon.33547/ passion for wellness and showing others how to measure healthy lives. I have corrected my own health issues with the employment of alternatives only and helping others to realize their health objectives through lifestyle changes, http://forum.ebaumsworld.com/viewtopic.php?f=23&t=59563 detoxifying their body and through understanding the benefits of supplementation. For a lot […]

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20 Mar 19
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Hey guys! It’s Nina, finally back with a new post — I meant to post last week but was on spring break and honestly completely forgot (oops). Anyway, I’m getting back on my weekly posting schedule now with a topic that’s near and dear to my heart — saving money. Like many college students, I […]

20 Mar 19
Respro® Bulletin Board

Every winter, the pollution in Skopje skyrockets to alarmingly high rates. In 2018, Skopje became the most polluted capital city in Europe, reaching the highest annual mean of PM 2.5, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). Tiny particles named for their diameter of 2.5 micrometres – about three percent of the diameter of a […]

20 Mar 19
Sloth Renovations

Hello All, It’s Hump Day – hooray! I hope this week has been a productive and accomplished one for you so far. In this post, I want to discuss the expenses I automate to help regulate cashflow, this was briefly mentioned in my Minimalist Budget post. When it comes to Personal Finances, unfortunately there is no […]

20 Mar 19
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The TARDIS team you probably never realised you were missing is back for one concluding story, ‘The Kamelion Empire‘. Previously from the Big Finish Monthly Adventures range came ‘Devil In the Mist‘ and ‘Black Thursday/Power Game‘. Three adventures split into two releases explored Kamelion, the shape shifting android, and his attempts at better understanding life. […]

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