Mostly, when it comes to DIY projects, I either like to pay for what I need, ready to be used, or I just do without.
Part of me is still: Nicole, you did the thing again. The thing where you pick the cheapest one.
At a molecular level, there’s not much of a difference between matter and empty space. Just try telling that to a mover.
I might have considered buying Saggy the Couch if it hadn’t cost about the same as the low-end stuff at Ikea.
First, you have to trust that the Craigslist post is real.
I’ll need a lot of stuff to turn this place into a home, and I’ll need to not be afraid about buying it.
If there’s one thing that I’ve learned from the Seattle apartment hunt, it’s that you can find another place in an afternoon, if you are the first person to the apartment after the listing posts.
I longed to trade my two hour commute for a fifteen minute bike ride. I imagined the adobe cabin we could live in, surrounded by desert emptiness.
Startup Castle is offering single rooms at $1,750/mo and shared rooms at $1,000/mo. But the ideal applicant can’t watch more than 4 hours of TV a week, can’t have more than one tattoo, and can’t have attended more than one protest in their lifetime.