You know the drill: the Federal Reserve will never let the market fall, never, never, never: it will continue to loft higher for all time, in immortal glory. At folsom prison retired and my wife and i have traveled across the united states 5 times and now live in sparta tn we both miss binghamton and try to get there once a year. IBM couldn’t dream of breaking the mold of what worked for them in the mainframe department of computers to enter into an unknown market of PC’s. All in all I loved growing up there, still see many people that are proud of that fact, though they will never go back and live there. The Game of Thrones is one of the best stories of Kingdoms I have ever come across.
I live in Pittsburgh now (13+ years) and have grown to like it here but still long for the Binghamton of my childhood. She’s been inviting me to come for a visit for a very long time but I’ve yet to go, especially now that I live in the southwest. My parents, grandmother, an aunt and uncle still live there, with my parents getting out soon due to retirement.
Think we’ll have to add it to our list of places we visit (it’s only about 3 hours from where we live!) Blessed. For example, that package of roasted chestnuts at the gourmet market that runs $7 sells for less than $2 at the Asian grocery. They also stock a wide variety of dried beans, a good, cheap source of non-meat protein. So when you stock up on things on sale, only stock up on non-perishable items such as canned goods or have a plan in place to preserve the extra food. In season, local farmer’s market and flea markets provide fresh produce at excellent prices.
You can also feel good shopping at the farmer’s market because the produce is mostly locally grown and hasn’t spent days riding around in fuel-guzzling trucks to get to you. Tailor your grocery list to your meal plan and do your best to stick to it. Only make exceptions if you discover that something you usually buy is on sale, then stock up on it if it isn’t perishable. There are the traditional elves who live for many hundreds of years or may even be immortal.
Check out the non-perishable clearance racks, especially right after holidays – Christmas cookies taste just as good in January and chocolate hearts are still delicious on February 15th. Also, there’s no reason canned pumpkin or cranberry sauce can’t be eaten at times other than the winter holidays. I always try to stock up on things like chicken breasts when they are on sale, and I freeze what I won’t use that week for later. Most believe them to either live in the middle ages or in an age before man’s recorded time.