Extreme saving is a disease when you don’t enjoy your life
Being too much of a Saver is just as bad as being too much of a Spender. Everyone always talks about how spending too much money extravagantly, frivolously (by who’s standard
Luxury is the Opposite of what everyone else is doing
Luxury is basically what the masses aren’t doing. Think about it! In the past, people had their clothes tailored, then it became luxurious and fashionable to not make your ow
What would you do if money was no object?
Today is my 2 year blogoversary (YAY!), so I thought I’d bring you an inspiring video… “If you say that money is the most important thing, you’ll spend your life c
18 Rules for Living and Truths by the Dalai Lama
I love this list by the Dalai Lama and I re-read it each year on January 1st so today’s the perfect time to post this. When I read it, I also focus on 5 of those lessons to r
There’s such a thing as a “free” lunch in France!
Just an interesting tidbit I thought I’d share about tickets repas in France and Belgium. WHAT THE HECK ARE TICKETS REPAS? They are meal tickets (kind of like food stamps)
Travel: What it’s like to visit China – Economy and Standards of Living
This is part of the Travel: What it’s like to visit each city series I’m doing, to talk about what it’s like to see each city I’ve been through, from a fo
Where would you live if money was no object?
My post on living in an ideal city got me thinking — if money was no object, where would I live? The answer is obvious to me. I’d live in California. Where exactly in C
What would be your ideal city to live in?
eemusings talked about the tradeoffs she and T are making to live in New Zealand, and mentioned that Toronto was a possible contender, if not for our winters. I love these kinds of
Why does everyone say that money can’t buy happiness? It can.
“I wish I had saved yet another $100 above what I needed” “I wish I had bought that $500 coffee espresso machine that I really wanted.” “I wish I had
8 Rooms in 420 Square Feet: New York City’s Tiny But Multi-Functional Apartment
It really is no joke when you go to NYC and realize that a shoebox is considered an apartment. Although everyone likes to moan about the lack of space in NYC, they aren’t the