Monthly Archives: June 2016

Why Not Go for (Sub-) Broke?

After emptying out most of my savings account for a new roof, I thought, “What the hell. Might as well get new windows, too.” This is not an aesthetic choice. Half the windows in my house don’t close properly and … Continue reading

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The Tipping Point

Watching the roofers scurry up and down 40′ ladders and perching on gutters – with no apparent fear or regard for safety – must have addled my brain. I, who sit at a desk most days, thought it would be … Continue reading

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