This morning, my wife was driving me to work (because we now live in Texas and only have one car, and while I could take the bus it’s a little bit of a hassle — maybe when it gets a bit colder again) and when we got near downtown Fort Worth, we saw that an unique restaurant — … 686 more words
Here's a pretty legitimate United States cost of living map (Honolulu, New York and San Jose are expensive)
Been thinking about this for a few years now in various forms: essentially, how do you view work in the grand scheme of your overall life? 502 more words
The average parking space requires about the same amount of space as a studio apartment in New York City. Can Paris' idea buck this trend?
The United States spent about a century getting to the point where cars — and the ability to put cars somewhere near attractions — were more valuable than people themselves. 522 more words