The sentiment is understood, but the reality is that there are hundreds of potential new friends encountered every day. If your goal is to become a museum curator, hanging out at museums and attending social functions at a museum is a logical decision. Hanging out with a gang on the south side of LA is not. That’s a huge generalization, but so too is yours.
If you’re having issues finding new friends, it’s time to think differently than you have been. Where are the people doing (and immersed in) the very things you’re interested in? Go there, and meet them. Through events, though lunches, and carefully crafted LinkedIn messages. :)
Sounds reasonable. The good thing is that you have plenty to test with, right? :)
Same here. We live on a creek in Texas. It's mosquito-land!
Awesome. Thank you for posting! :)
Hey - you bet. I can gift it through iTunes (the audio version). :) How old are your kids?
Hey Sarah, not sure where you're starting financially speaking. If you're still in college, do you have loans for that? Are you working at all? That first $1k is simply an amount to keep you comfortable until everything is paid off. Are you looking at fixing issues you have now, or are you preparing for the future? :)
Happy to help if you need it. :)
If the bank offers a "really good deal" then it's the fine print that really needs examining. What's already working? :)