(images via HuffPo)
Now they include:
- Find reasonably priced apartment in an unreasonably priced Bay Area neighborhood.
- Go grocery shopping.
- Cancel private health insurance. (This alone is a tedious task: For the reams of bureaucracy involved, no one's ever accused BlueCross of being efficient of all things. During my last year of coverage I couldn't even pay my monthly bill online; according to them it had to be done by check -- remember checks? -- through the mail. Welcome to the 21st century.)
- Pay bills.
- Get new tires for car (because all I really want to do on a sunny Saturday afternoon is spend time inhaling rubber vapors in Costco and Big-O Tires, looking for the best deal)
- Save some semblance of a down-payment for
the start of my real estate empiremy first house.
- Figure out how I'm going to conceivably own a Porsche 911 before my 35th birthday.
- Give Lola a haircut (which takes longer than one would think since her haircuts are somewhat akin to shearing a sheep.)