I’m pretty sure everyone in SF knows where and what the Cliff House is – that art deco building out on the far point of the city over looking the Ocean and the ruins of the Sutro Baths. But being the cheapass that I am, I’ve never eaten there because
Everyone has had those times where you agree to go shopping with your friend, and you promise yourself you’re only going to buy one thing that you actually need, only to come home and discover that in addition to the thing you really needed, you’ve also purchased 3 purses for
I am extremely excited to announce the release of The Delicious Card! Delicious cardholders get awesome deals at over 30 of your favorite SF eateries! Membership is a great way to explore new places, support local businesses, and support local journalism.
Every week we feature a different person from the community shedding a little light on their life of brokeitude. Who knows, maybe you’ll learn something about the human spiritâ€¦probably not.
One of the benefits of graduating from New York University is that you are one in a million’literally. Since there are so many of you/us it stands to reason that some of you/us will eventually reap the rewards of being part of your/our large community of graduates. One of those
My girlfriend does a lot of online shopping and somehow because of this she started receiving all kinds of magazines in the mail. She doesn’t know how this exactly happened, but she also hasn’t received a bill for any of them either. While the variety of magazines is quite interesting,
A couple times when I’ve been walking around the city I see a chalkboard in front of a random bar claiming said establishment has the “Longest Happy Hour in SF”. Now like I said I’ve seen this move at multiple bars, but I’ve never thought to actually do the math
I’ve been a huge Devil Makes Three fan ever since the first time I heard them. What’s not to love? They’re solid musicians with melodies that make you wanna hum along and lyrics that cause you to continually join in on the chorus. Plus their music makes me want to
Would you rather spend $2 on average per day on coffee or have $119,754 in 40 years? (based on 6% annual interest rate, from http://finishrich.com/lattefactor/)
You may say yes and you may say no. I don’t judge you either way. There are many things I would rather experience today than have lots of money later. However there are other things I choose to go without. What I want for you is to know your priorities and to make an intentional and conscious choice versus an unconscious one.