@RVA_TXN - Also one of the most important foods to get organic. http://www.thedailygreen.com/healthy-eating/eat-safe/dirty-dozen-foods#slide-4
@Blondsak - Is Wegman's the Publix of the Northeast?
@sunflowernut - Definitely. Price per serving is really important.
I'm not sure going for the median price point tell you much. There was an example I read awhile back (from the first Freakonomics book, I believe) regarding grocery store stocking and pricing. Two different Harrods were studied - one in the city, and one outside of the city. The prices of specific items were the same, but the /range/ of items was different. For example, the city store might carry water priced $2 to $10, while the suburban store carried brands from $1 to $7. So, if you bought exactly the same items at each store, the total would be the same. If you bought the mid-level brand at each store, your city total would be higher. Also, for me, quality is a big factor. There is no way on earth I would consume cheese from a dollar store. TJ branded cheese would be the least expensive there, and much higher quality. Food filled with crap is not frugal in the long run, once it starts affecting your health.
This is basically a transcript of my conversation with myself this morning, as I fought to get up and drag myself in for another day.
It looks like it depends on the individual and the type of work. I would turn down a dream job if it required an open plan, but that's just me. Too distracting, too many people, no privacy, ugh...BUT, a well-designed office would be able to provide both sorts of spaces, and still let people feel like they were all part of the team.
@minijen - Well, it looks to be legal in FL, you just have to pay fees and taxes as transient lodging. http://www.myfloridalicense.com/dbpr/hr/licensing/Apply-License.html
Hmm, I wonder if this is just for rentals or just for apartments? I mean, if you own a brownstone, you probably don't need any extra AirBnB cash, but you never know!
Thanks for the article.
$25-50 per week for just me. All vegetarian, organic when I can and a moderate amount of splurge items. Does not include alcohol, but does include basic house supplies (TP, trash bags, etc).