(This post contains affiliate links...) Las Vegas has the reputation of being a party city that never sleeps, filled with wild college students on spring break or young couples celebrating impending nuptials. While this reputation holds true in some respects, though, there are also ways to experience Las Vegas that involve a little less partying and fewer sleepless nights. … [Read more...] about How to Have Fun in Vegas (As an Adult)
Travel and Places
Ever wanted to take a trip somewhere interesting? Or curious about the best places to live? Have a look at these insightful articles: Where should you live? ** Switzerland travel tips ** Longmont, Colorado
I have been blown away by the mouse. Mickey did me in with his charm. His friends were complicit. Donald, Goofy, Pluto, Minnie... They all got to me. This post debates whether the high cost of a Disney cruise is worth it. So you can decide whether to book your high-seas adventure or give it a hard FIRE pass. A single stateroom that sleeps four (two on a queen bed, two in … [Read more...] about How Much Does a Disney Cruise Cost?
Happy Monday, everyone! In honor of meteorological spring, today's guest post ponders whether a certain blogger (a certain golden nameplate winner, in fact) should consider moving to Minnesota. I'm grateful as heck for the week off writing, since work is a Sharknado these days. Mr. 1500 - Your timing with this guest post is exquisite. I have slots open later this month, and … [Read more...] about Moving to Minnesota? What You Can Look Forward To
Enjoying one's surroundings is a pretty fundamental, dare I say essential part of a balanced breakfast. Rich people flock to coastal California for never-ending sunshine, water, and arid warm temps. Many of us Midwestern types yearn for mountain views, outdoor fun, and fairly moderate winter weather. The question today is: should we consider moving to and living in Longmont … [Read more...] about Living in Longmont Co: Early Retirement Utopia?
Thanks to being an urban planning major in college, I have a pretty good pulse on how cities develop, change, decline, and gentrify over time. If I had a choice over where to retire, I would probably look for a mountain retreat, far away from it all. But this is a post about the inner and outer cores of metros areas here in the States. Let's see why cities always win in a … [Read more...] about Suburbs vs City: Why the City Always Wins