As I write this, it’s very, very late on Sunday, I’m sitting in my office at the new house, and I’m completely exhausted. The move is complete – we went from a 600 square foot apartment to a 2000+ square foot house, almost everything is put away (everything except for some decorative items on the walls), and I’m literally about to drop from exhaustion.
The Bachelorette Party When I read things like this, I realize how completely different the value structures of other people really are. I try hard to cap the disdain, but sometimes it fails me. (@ my open wallet)
Dangerous Neighborhoods Are Safer Than Commuting I love analysis like this. My best friend actually follows this logic as well – he lives in a dangerous neighborhood, but the rent is relatively cheap and he can bike to work. (@ wise bread)
The Simple Dollar Retro: “I’m Too Tired To Cook” – At-Home Dining Solutions For The Overworked Family I’m doing at least two of these right now.