Stanzi
Stanzi
Stanzi
Sep 19 2016
4

If your co-worker realized her mistake, I hope she will (or has already) tell your boss and take responsibility. Read more

Sep 16 2016
1

Yes, there is more variety than that stereotype of Manhattan suggests, although I agree that I definitely understand why it exists. My sister and her husband lived in a 4th floor walk-up railroad one bedroom on York Avenue for a while, until a few months ago. I could see them being considered middle class or Read more

Sep 16 2016
2

My take on this is very much colored by the people I know who live in Manhattan and elsewhere in NYC. People I know who have middle class lifestyles aren’t making anywhere near $500k. I know people who make near that amount and live in Manhattan and feel it isn’t enough, which I understand. But I also don’t think that Read more

Sep 16 2016
4

I think both you and TamTams are too extreme. There is public housing in Manhattan, to take one example of non-rich people living there. Read more

Sep 14 2016
1

Ugh. We went on vacation for a week last month, and while we were gone a huge spider built an amazing web on our back porch. The spider was, like, the size of a dime. I left it there out of respect because I was so impressed by how big the web was. Then, of course, I forgot it was there and walked out there and got Read more

Sep 14 2016
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Wow, I am so sorry to hear that! I really sympathize. I have been totally stressed and unable to sleep much the past few weeks. I hope things work out for you!

Sep 14 2016
2

I’ve never done it, I hope you find something that works! Are you still planning on selling the place? Read more

Sep 6 2016
2

That’s awesome that you will have family help either way. My in-laws suddenly annoyed me a lot less when they started taking my son for sleepovers. ;)

Sep 5 2016
5

If kids are part of the plan, would that large family of your husband’s be up for helping out? And, if so, do you have a comparable network where you are now? That can make a big difference to your quality of life and pocketbook when you have young kids. Plus, also, it’s nice for kids to be around extended family. :)

Sep 5 2016
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In addition to what the others have said, I had another thought. I don’t know how applicable or valid this is, but given that there is a lot of racist rhetoric in this country about protesting black men and women being angry/threatening, this choice sort of preemptively negates that line of criticism. He’s doing Read more

Sep 5 2016
3

God forbid you should have to play your role as a parent and actually teach your child about tough social issues that our country faces. FFS

Sep 5 2016
1

Don’t feel guilty! It’s Labor Day (assuming you’re in the U.S.). You shouldn’t be working today.

Sep 5 2016
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That is the best smell!

Sep 5 2016
4

I am like half a step up from the clueless camper. I’ve done some camping, but not a lot— but my husband has camped a lot, so we have our own gear. I’m a planner so I’m the type to put the tent up at home to make sure I know how, and to think through what we need to bring, but I haven’t done enough camping to be Read more

Sep 4 2016
2

I am 100% going to get nacho ingredients as soon as I finish sharpening these 24 no. 2 pencils I have to send with my kid to school on Tuesday. Basically the only good thing to come out of my brief marriage to a Texan was nachos. We made them with refried beans, pickled jalapenos, cheddar cheese, and chorizo.

Sep 4 2016
3

And partly open high heels?!

Sep 4 2016
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Interesting. I find chop sticks are useful for that.

Sep 3 2016
2

That’s true. :(

Sep 3 2016
2

Pickle forks?! I would love to eat so many pickles that special forks are a “necessity”.

Sep 3 2016
1

It was amazing! Plus, with all of the physical activity I felt 100% comfortable with eating as much of anything as I wanted. Which to be honest is basically my top priority in life. Read more