Inspired by the giant life-change that happens when one becomes a parent, we decided at the start of this year to set aside my income and http://designascend.com/cialis-on-line to learn to live on only Chris’ income.
This had basically always been the plan for when we decided to have children. The plan was for me to stay home for a few years. I have strong opinions about childcare and education (basically, I don’t trust the system. I’ve worked in the systems, and I’m not a fan.), and I know that it’s a total luxury in this day and age for a parent to only today best price on viagra be able to stay at home with the children for any amount of similar viagra'>similar viagra time. But we’ve chosen to live that way. We chose a small house with a price tag lower than we needed. We have chosen to live near work instead of having a long commute. We chose to shop sales and use coupons and cut out unnecessary things out of our budget.
And we’ve found these things to be freeing.
The next step in this journey? We’re moving to cut out cable. We’re going to try an antennae. We just don’t watch enough that’s not broadcast that justifies all of that. We certainly have never been willing to how to get cialis'>how to get cialis pay for extended cable or digital cable. And part of me is a little shocked that we’ve gotten to the point that we just don’t watch much TV.
This experiment with income has been both frustrating and liberating. We have been able to save my income from the last 3 months without needing to touch it. And the how much is levitra'>how much is levitra end goal for that sum of money is to pay off my student loan and pad the savings a little more.
But, what we have discovered is more valuable than anything we could have spent my income on. We know we can exist even more simply than we are now. We know that we can be perfectly happy and levitra uk'>levitra uk content without all of the “extras”, because there’s so much more we can do with our time. And we know that we will be absolutely fine while I stay home with children for awhile.