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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
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
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.
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