Times Were Different Back When I Traveled for Work in the 90’s
I was working for a privately owned chemical company in those days and had just finished up my chemistry degree (they paid the last few years). We needed a huge piece of equipment to manufacture this powdered resin that was a new product for the company and we didn’t want to buy this monster until we knew it was going to work.
We first started all this around October, 2017 in a dual effort to douche from our lives a heap of good stuff and junk that took many years to accumulate. We also wanted to replace some income since we had gone from two incomes to one several months earlier. These are some of the lessons we learned. Continue reading “Lessons Learned from our 1st 6 Months Selling on eBay”
welcome, Smidlapper, to the mostly lower case (e.e. cummings) version of my babble. this is an update of a post from 2017. the updates are at the end. some day, i’ll add the capital letters, but not today.
you might want to consider cost of ownership regarding repairs on the old beast before they arise. i think i mentioned mrs. smidlap bought this monster house before we met and we generally love and appreciate living here and doing what we like with it. hell, we might even retire and keep it as a rental property, who knows? i just wanted to touch on the home maintenance bucket of your regular split of your income. Continue reading “So, you like the idea of owning a big old f’ing house?”
I have been fortunate in life to have a few special splurges and last week we went to New Orleans to celebrate turning fiddy! We were also lucky to be joined by old friends in that special place, some who came from out of town and were able to go out for a few nice meals and some debauchery on many levels. Continue reading “Are You Working for “Needs” Money or “Wants” Money?”