The Bay Area has that awful half-drizzle (when we're not in a drought), just heavy enough to be annoying but not hard enough to need an umbrella, so a hooded rain jacket is usually all I need
Wow, has Cal Poly really gotten that expensive? I graduated in 2013 and I remember paying about $4000 a quarter, but that was just tuition, not living expenses or textbooks or anything. I adore SLO with all my heart though. I miss it so much! Enjoy it while you can, eat a chicken and white sauce pizza from Fattes for me, and NEVER buy books full price at the bookstore. Half.com that ish!
The fact that you live in this kind of apartment definitely justifies your previous homemade-vs-store-bought jimmy johns article - I can't imagine doing any food prep or cleanup is particularly enjoyable without a kitchen.
I'm so glad I'm not the only one who rolls my eyes whenever suggests almonds as a healthy snack. It is really hard to find a healthy, filling, work appropriate snack though! I'm the slob that brings potato chips and gets greasy fingerprints all over my note paper.
my mom never believed in preventative health care growing up, and as a result I've never gotten a physical, or even been to a primary care doctor in about 13 years (I'm 24). I'm lucky to have no underlying medical issues, but I always think about whether I should have a 'regular' doctor. I already have a gynecologist and a dermatologist, and the urgent care center in my town is really nice.
@HelloTheFuture touche! wow, this is a sad breakup.
I dont know, I feel like calculating time spent isn't really necessary...after all, what's the cost of driving/walking to and from jimmy johns (time + gas if you drive there), and the time spent waiting in line and then waiting for the sandwich? Also: buttering and toasting bread always makes sandwiches 200% better
I had fancy mac and cheese recently - baked with 4 types of cheese, truffle oil, bread crumbs blah blah blah - and my first thought was "wow, this is really good. You know what else is really good? Kraft Mac n Cheese."
Mike, your weekends always sound great - it's always a perfect balance of socializing, productivity, and time to yourself.
I FEEL YOU MIKE. It's definitely an "avoiding excess" mindset, but I'm also just not as bothered by things as most people? Like, I don't think taking a bus from the airport and bringing my own books/magazines/water means I don't take care of myself - I'm just easier to care for I guess.