That’s what the French translation of this product just say
If you get to maxi with no Dollar piece in your pocket but only a credit card, you cannot get a cart anymore. Just drive me nuts and want to leave away for any other market where they manage carts. They even get rid of the small handy plastic cart you leave under the register carpet. So frustrating.
I left Facebook few month ago for different reason i will discuss later but today, i figured out that registering on Pinterest was a great idea.
I found that line on Wikipedia: Pinterest CEO Ben Silbermann summarized the company as a “catalog of ideas” that inspires users to “go out and do that thing”.
I didn’t need more to be convinced that the subscription was worth it.
This food item list describes where in Montreal i can get the best price for specific ingredients. The main goal of this experiment was to optimize, ingredient per ingredient, the final price per gram of a cooked recipe. When i want to purchase something, i just look to my list and i know where to stop where I’ll pass nearby the store that offers the best price on that specific item. This list will eventually be cleared up cause for the moment, it’s more than a mess. My apologies.
That is a frequent line I hear when I say that I actually live in a van.
Pepole worry about the cold temperatures, the heating, the shower, the exhaust system, where do you sleep?
Here I will answer all these questions.
Shower? Any interior public pool can offer me year long free warm showers. Sometimes, I also shower at friends place but I mostly prefer to live by my own. I don’t want to be seen as an opportunist.
Heating? My van is equipped of what we call a “parking heater“. It is like a miniature oil furnace running on regular diesel fuel. Truckers use there to keep thier sleeper cab warm during the winter while keeping the main engine off during the night for comfort and fuel economy. These appliance are safe, efficient and used by the transport industry since more than 10 years now. Don’t worry about exhaust vapor, they all get outside and only the heat stays in.
Cold climate & comfort: The van itself has been insulated with polyurethane. Walls and floors has been shooted and padded with this wonderful and cheap stuff. It has also helped to reduce the noises from the road as well as any undesired city noise if I do sleep in town.
But where do I sleep? Well, that is an easier question you could believe it is. Any residential area with a calm spot between two car on the street is a perfect spot when I am in town. A parked truck and another parked truck, nobody can notice someone is sleeping in mine. From the outside, when I sleep, curtains and interior setup prevent anyone including police officers to see the bed. It’s just an empty parked truck.
When I am out of town, I usually prefer a calm and forgot spot where the view is just beautiful.