Friday, July 28, 2006

As my days of slackerhood come to an end...

Well, yesterday I had a phonecall, and to cut a short story ever shorter, I have a job for the next 4 months. It's at a pharmaceutical company not too far from me, it's a really good company and will give me full training. That should lead to a longer term job, more money and consequently a very happy Lola. Not that I want to give the impression that I'm only interested in money, I'm not, it's just that money is very nice to have and it'll also be paying for my university fees when I return next year.

Right now as well as writing this blog I'm doing the very grown up task of searching for a savings account to put this money. I have an ISA already but I dont like removing money from that, and I obviously have my graduate account, but money would soon "disappear" (aka: be spent) from that account if I kept it there. I'm confusing myself though. So I may have to get a grown up to advise me on the best account option, heh.

I'll stick to a short entry today to make up for the massive one the other day.



Carmelo Alongi said...

I also have an ISA, but if you want high interest I know my account with HSBC is good. I can't touch the money for a year, after which I get 8% interest. Granted your interest wouldn't be tax free, mine is cause I'm a young'un, but its something to consider.

Andrew said...

Ah yes. The pain and joy of growing up. I just posted a Dismaying Story on this very topic, just before I noticed your comment. Thanks for dropping by "To Love, Honor and Dismay" and for leaving such a nice comment.

Secret Sara said...

I am flattered by your nice comment on my page - and I'm also enjoying your blog!

congrats on getting the job!!

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