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What kinds of people have figured out how to get a high-quality, low-cost lifestyle? Who's living the good life with minimal spending? Bonus points go to families, or to tribes pulling off a low-cost life in a developed country.Is there a term for people like me? Perhaps "Reformed Low-Quality, High-Cost Lifestyle People"?My story:I was fortunate to find myself making fairly good money at a relatively early age. Mind you, I had some years, immediately following college, that involved considerable struggling as well.Some 8 years ago, though, I was making a decent salary, with the occasional bonus and dividend but still nothing approaching remarkable. However, my expenses were low - I was single, had no dependents, lived in a modest apartment, drove a car that was paid off. I was comfortable. I avoided outrageous expenses, but never really found myself wanting.Then I landed a pretty sweet job and my income blew up. Things got to the point where I was paying more in income taxes than I'd grossed in years prior.This new job required relocating to a different part of the country, where I moved in to a huge waterfront home. Eventually, I had 2 Porsches, traveled to Europe frequently (always flying first or business, and developed fairly snooty tastes. And hey... it was fun. But I was spending like wild (though still had money to spare). Oh, I'm not wealthy by any means. I'm not talking millions or anything near it. But, not having kids and such, I had a decent income and a considerable portion of that income could be applied towards discretionary spending. I think my father's words of wisdom kept ringing in my head, though (he had always made good money, while at the same time being quite frugal) Every time I sent off a car payment that was larger than most peoples' mortgage payments, it bothered me a bit. I kept thinking to myself my home was way too big and a waste of space; as silly as it was to spend all the money I was spending on cars, I'd see others' even more outrageous vehicles and find fault with their spending ("You bought a Turbo but didn't get the manual transmission?! You put *those* rims on a Bentley?! What practical reason is there to have that painting?!"). I'd have to say my expenses were nagging me - and I almost began to resent my lifestyle more than enjoy it. I couldn't take compliments - if someone would say something nice about my house or comment on the view, I'd think things like, "Yeah, but you should see the utility bills! And it has no character or charm!". Last year, I essentially became "over it". I got sick of wasting money. Admittedly, I probably got caught up in some of the election hype and all this talk of class warfare and what not, but I'd already been progressing towards getting totally sick of spending money on useless things. It was just a matter of thoughts translating in to action.I got rid of the fancy European cars (after calculating that I'd essentially been spending $2-4/mile driven when adding up car payments, insurance, gas, maintenance, registration, etc). I bought a used hybrid.I started collecting and cutting coupons.I joined rewards programs.I started paying attention to sales, discount offers, promotions.I prioritized trips to visit family over wild vacations overseas.I started tracking expenses (with various apps and programs like Quicken and Mint).I set budgets.I seek out fee-free ATMs like they cure cancer.Some of my friends think I'm a bit crazy for making what I do, while obsessively cutting coupons. I counter their criticisms with the numbers, though. Essentially, I save through coupons the cost of a pretty sweet MacBook Pro - would anyone turn down a free MacBook Pro?My little hybrid turns no heads and sure as hell doesn't get me laid. I no longer get parked up front when I valet (in no small part because I stopped valeting, as well). But I went from spending $200-$300/month on gas to around $40. If someone came up and offered to give you $250/ month just for the hell of it, would you turn it down? Replacing the sports cars with the hybrid literally left me with thousands of extra dollars in my pocket every month. Beyond that, though, it had an odd effect on me mentally. With the sports cars, I felt compelled to be the first off the line at every stop light. I frequently found myself getting cut off because I was always racing around everywhere; I'd speed, feeling like I had to go everywhere fast and getting frustrated at other drivers who were too damn slow or kept getting in my way. Now, though, my commutes are pretty relaxing affairs - I'm content to cruise along at the speed limit, drive in a way that maximizes fuel efficiency, and never get road rage or stressed out on the freeway. People don't get in my way because... well... there is no real "my" way. What's more, now I'm actually quite eager to get the dogs in to the car and head over to the park to play around, or just drive 'em around on errands. With my old cars, I was always too freaked out they'd scratch the leather or get hair everywhere.Keep in mind - there is a certain unwelcome aspect to these lifestyle changes.Certain people expect you to live a certain way. Sometimes, I feel my counterparts at a business meeting are a little less impressed when I pull up in a modest hybrid, as opposed to some high-power import. Certain people interpret frugality as weakness - perhaps I'm not cost-conscious so much as just broke and struggling? If you circulate among a certain type of people, the expectation could be that everyone spends lots of money ("Hey! Let's go to the Keys next month! Let's meet for dinner at Joel Robuchon [ Traditional French Cuisine : MGM Grand Hotel & Casino ]"). You don't want to cut off relationships, but must also refrain from certain indulgences your peers are eager to engage in. I don't like to think of myself as cutting out all the fun and being a miser, though. Rather, I characterize my lifestyle changes as prioritizing experiences over possessions. So I'll still spend money that one more cost-conscious than me might prefer to save or invest, but I'll do it on Christmas gifts for loved ones rather than an Oriental rug for the dining room. I'll visit family and stay in the guest room rather than that nice hotel in town, further making the most of even more time spent together by taking everyone out to dinner. I'll still travel, but focus on what gets done while abroad and making the most of the experience, rather than wasting money on outrageous hotel rooms or freely drinking $15 sodas out of the minibar. And when in that strange, foreign city, I'll walk everywhere and take in the sights, rather than spend money on a taxi. "Just because you have money, doesn't mean you need to spend money", my father would always say. It took awhile, but I finally picked up on that.I could lose every possession tomorrow, but memories of fantastic experiences aren't going anywhere. Practically, spending wisely now is an investment in the future as well. I may not have a partner's social security to supplement years from now, and I definitely won't have adult children who'll help look after me in my old age. As an unmarried gay man, preparing for retirement is entirely up to me.
How do you form attachments to people? I am uncomfortable with attaching myself to people because I've been dropped and back-stabbed my whole life, but now I really don't care about who comes into or out of my life.I think that it is important to have healthy attachments to people.You need to have standards. I don’t want to be friends with people that like to be violent, commit crimes, take or sell illegal drugs, involved in human trafficking, or anything else that doesn’t pass my sniff test.I don’t like being around people that constantly lie, gossip, seek to bring others down, major in minor things, and don’t want me to be myself.I am a social loner. I have plenty of people that I know. I recently exchanged numbers with two young men that I met on Mega Bus. They both want to be successful in the music industry. One of them is related to Offset in the popular hip hop group Migos. I feel that my background in radio and the music industry will help them.I met another guy through this paid app that I use to get into events complimentary. He’s from New York and I think that he’s cool. I don’t consider him to be a friend. He’s just someone to hang out with every now and then. But we do text each other from time to time to talk about life and events on the app.I have a friend that works at Kroger in the dairy section. We weren’t friends at first. I would just ask him about different cheeses when they ran out. He’d go in the back and bring out more for me. Over time, I learned more about him. We’ve now been friends for almost one year. But our friendship is limited to Kroger. I’m cool with that. He’s a married man with a mother and sister living with him. His personal time is limited.I will go out into the world and meet people at events. I just met a chef at this festival that I went to over the weekend. I sampled her food and really enjoyed it. One of her assistants introduced her to me. We ended up talking for almost 20 minutes. We both could feel a strong, friendly connection to each other. She asked me twice to keep in touch with her. I made sure I took her business card.On the other hand, I make sure to keep my guard up to certain people. I know people that will tell me to give them my phone number. If I believe that they will just bother me and waste my time, I don’t give them a connection to me through my phone. I don’t want to have countless phone calls and texts. I will offer my email account. I have yet to hear from anyone that I gave my email instead of my phone number.I prefer to keep my life free of too many attachments. As I stated earlier, I am a social loner. I can be social, but I prefer to be a loner. Even in public. But it doesn’t keep people from interacting with me at basketball games, baseball games, when I am out shopping, or riding the bus.Even on Uber, I tend to always have conversations with the drivers. The last driver shook my hand and thanked me for the international political conversation. He told me that it is rare to have intellectual conversations with people. I felt touched by his kind words. I thanked him in return for his intellect as well.I think that it is best to not pressure yourself to have attachments with people. And make sure that you don’t come off as desperate. That will drive people away from you. You need to meet people without having any expectations. As you talk to them, you will discover who they are and what they are about. Take it slow without trying to force attachment. In time, attachment will either happen or it won’t happen.I’ve never made a friendship with a person where we both decided to be friends from the very beginning. It’s always happened that we discover each other through one common interest. Then, over time, we discover more and more about each other. Without saying a word, a friendship naturally develops. It’s always organic and without any chemicals added to make it grow faster. Our friendship with each other just solidifies.I hope that my words means something for you. I really did try my best to explain how I form attachments to people.Before I forget, I believe the same is true online. On Quora, I am sure that I could hang out with Nell Zhang, Jeremy Glenesk, Debbie Pendry, Jordan Yates, Habib Fanny, Leeman Cheng (鄭禮民), and Melissa Hoy without any problems. Why? Because I believe that I have developed something with each of these people. We aren’t friends or best friends, but we have a connection.Please keep trying. Ask people in your area to give you feedback and tips. But whatever you do, don’t ever pretend to be someone that you aren’t. Be genuine and you will attract people that want to be your associate or friend. Good luck!
Older people I know who used to workout a lot, now experience and warm me of the repercussions (knee pain, back pain, etc). How can you salvage your future quality of life, workout with intensity in your youth, while inhibiting these repercussions?Older people I know who used to workout a lot, now experience and warm me of the repercussions (knee pain, back pain, etc). How can you salvage your future quality of life, workout with intensity in your youth, while inhibiting these repercussions?Older people I know who did not work out a lot in their youth, currently experience a lot of aches and pains.Please find a work out program that is right for your level of fitness, focus on form to avoid injury, be consistent, and don’t overdo it. About 5 days a week, 30 to 40 minutes of physical activity which incorporates aerobic training, strength training and flexibility would be ideal.Trust me, I should know about aches and pains in older adults. I am a geriatrician.
How would we, people of the Earth, react if we were to find out that a highly intelligent life form is somewhere among us and is studying human behaviour?Are you gonna do something about the annunaki elohim nordic reptilian grey praying mantis interference? Are there other species willing to adopt us capable of undoing the clusterfuck that those species did to humanity and actually do something about the interference instead of just observing us? Humans are young and dumb but thats because of the mindwipe before reincarnation. Lets not forget our spiritual liarchy who supress everything remotely useful to undo the damage. You might say im bias but to many bad experiences with those creatures. Im kinda fed up i know im one of the most faulty humans excisting on the planet rn i always quip welp if there was a god tf was he thinking while making me. Things could have been so much better for humanity if those who made us took responsibility for their darkside dramas. The gods and goddesses in their infinite wisdom make us take their load resolve their shit but not our own and dont listen ugh impudent ugh hubris. The state of those idiot deities reflects the humans. Enki and Enlil pissing contest has been fucking with humans since adam and eve. This planet is stuck in a conflict that is old both factions weaponised humans and both have shitty agendas that in the end will fuck over humans. Dont get me started on the idocy of humans who pull a jew in the nazi camps without even thinking of the consequences. Or the murican lets trade human dna for tech. Then we have those idiot spare reptiod who think they own the place. Its time a race wiser then humans reptiles annunaki and all affiliates steps up but no we dont interfere love and light we need to let all those races make their mistakes i dont see that ending very well nor do i think its ethical to endorse prolong suffering that could have been prevented. I feel a lot lol barbarians unevolved idiots lets exploit the fucc out of them im sick and tired of being the native american of the galaxy.