I’ve written a lot about how a house is not just an investment. How a house is, first and foremost, […]
“Climb carefully into rented boat. Adapt a reclining pose evocative of numerous Impressionist paintings.”
Create good parking karma by avoiding turf brawls with other drivers who are vying for the space that just opened up. (Pull in quickly and act like you didn’t notice them. Don’t expect an Academy Award. Just be grateful if it works.)
“With 7 hills in a 7-by-7-mile square space, San Francisco can’t help but offer hundreds of stunning views. Just hike up any ol’ slope and have a look around.”
My own definition of “luxurious” living involves doing more with less, giving more than getting, and welcoming the creative possibilities presented by modest deprivation.
I still haven’t abracadabra’d my blue eyes to the color of bright green cash.
Ordinary approaches to saving will suffice. Yet, like birth control, they don’t work unless you actually use them.