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On questioning the extravagance of eating out

  I’m in London now, my first time here in a while. (Put it to you this way: the London Eye is new to me, and last time, there was no distinction between the Tate Britain and the Tate Modern.) These days, a lot of the pleasure of my travels involve food, both the search … Continue reading »

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Spend more for food

  When I lived in New York City, money was a big concern, and food was a big part of that. I never went out to restaurants, and in fact the once-monthly trip to the grocery store was a big event. I would go to the lowest-cost grocery store, where I would fill up a … Continue reading »

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Why having more money won’t simplify your life

  You may think that making more money will solve some of your problems. And you’re right. That’s certainly what I’ve found in my life. But when that happened, I found that new problems were created, greater in number than were solved.

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Which lasts longer, a Thing or an Experience?

  I used to try to avoid going out to eat. It’s not that I didn’t like restaurants, it’s just that I found it hard to rationalize them on a tight budget. More than that, though, the idea of its transience bothered me.  I would go out, enjoy a nice meal, and then what?  That … Continue reading »

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