Sunday, June 02, 2013

The Emperor's Budget Wardrobe, from Bergdorf's...

This article reflects an aspect of inequality, a focus on upper-end of the spectrum, while ignoring concerns that affect regular people. People with middle-class incomes often do not have the luxury of the choice. These choices are as mentioned by others somewhat false, as the writer is highly affluent, downsizing to merely affluent. 
I have the same 'problem ', so that my first thought was yes I can and do sacrifice money for happiness, but then again I make low six-figures. Added to that, my wife works; the only downside is that we pay Manhattan costs. I could make a higher low six-figure income, but then life could be more uncomfortable, with longer hours and less generous work environment, and similarly for my wife.

Men Don’t Want to Be Nurses. Their Wives Agree. - The New York Times

Responding to Men Don’t Want to Be Nurses. Their Wives Agree. in the NY Times: The US has some deeply ingrained aspects that make this sit...