You recognized that the pregnant lady's behavior at the wine tasting was none of your business, but I don't love the judge-y vibe of this whole piece.
No offense to any other commenters here; I'm sure you're all lovely people with prettier hair than me, but I think I'm probably the only person as lazy as Logan here. No, I will not shower in the morning, because that means waking up 20 minutes earlier. No, I will not blow-dry, because it's boring and the blow-dryer is heavy and Breaking Bad is on and just no. No, I will not buy a hair gadget/product that costs more than $10. My solutions include: headbands, dry shampoo, V05 conditioner (bought for the sole reason that it was on sale for 79 cents - has turned out to make my hair look better than anything else), the acceptance of defeat. However, I still believe that the MAGICAL HAIRCUT is out there.
Common Ground on Avenue A has 2-for-1 bar snack-type food and $2(!) Yuenglings until 8pm(!) every weeknight. You're welcome, New York.
Look, avocado is no cheese, but it definitely amps up a burger or sandwich. Soy milk is surprisingly sweet and yummy in coffee.
I am all Fresh Direct, all the time (other than occasional milk run to the grocery store or specialty purchase at the farmer's market), because I am the Milleni-est, and the laziest. Honestly, though, living in a neighborhood where I would have to walk several blocks to and from the grocery store, and not being able to buy anything in large amounts (because I can only take what I can carry home), I think Fresh Direct is a better deal for - I order the products I use regularly in bulk once a month or so, freeze a lot of it, and always have food on hand. It still makes me feel like a lazy bum, though.
My mom taught me the beauty of the "giveaway pile," which is genius: anytime you (or or anyone in the family) has an item of clothing that no longer fits or you just don't wear any more, put it on the pile, which is intended for donation to to Goodwill or the VA. Then just let the pile sit there for, like, 2-3 years. Revisit it once every few months. Time and time again, I've found something I'd once banished to the "giveaway pile" that's come back into fashion, or fits into my ever-evolving sense of personal style better than it did two years ago. It's even better when the pile is shared with your family, as you can find things like your brother's hoodie or your mom's scarf that suit you much better than them. And in the end, the leftover clothes all go to charity. Everyone wins!
@Brian Van Nieuwenhoven@facebook very well put.
I love, love, love attending baseball games. For me, it's That Thing It's Worth Overpaying For (like how for some people it's rent, or local food, or haircuts, or whatever). The amount of money I spend 2-4 times a year for tickets, beer, food, and the occasional souvenir is ghastly, and I would never allow myself to spend that much in one day under almost any other circumstances. But I never regret it. However, my preferred ballpark is Wrigley Field, where you're paying for baseball (not commercials and hot tub parties), hot dogs, peanuts, and beer (not sushi/steak/wine coolers/whatever). Some might disagree, but for whatever reason, I see this as a better deal.
I went to YMCA sleepaway camp, which provided scholarships and I can't imagine was too expensive anyway. It was pretty no-frills, but I didn't know the difference, and I had a fantastic time.
This looks awesome, but I HAVE QUESTIONS: I don't have a broiler (I know) - will it work if I just turn up my oven really really high? Say there's no Person of Romantic Interest in your life right now (I KNOW) - can you keep like half of this in the fridge overnight (after the yolk-mixing, I assume) and reheat (in the skillet/microwave?) for your lonely/delicious breakfast?