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Free transfers on the T. Not. by Paul L. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 21 Oct 2008 12:51am A complaint registered with me by one of our employees who takes a trolley line from Brookline and then connects with a bus at Newton Highlands to get to work at our Needham hospital. According to the MBTA website: Bus and Subway transfers are discounted when you use the CharlieCard. With a CharlieTicket, the full fare, plus the surcha ... Read on »
High Gas Prices Are Here to STAY by Becky C. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 5:06pm I'm not an economist by a long stretch. I'm not savvy to the corporate world or in with the in-crowd of shakers and movers. By comparison, I'm a grain of sand on the beach. But even this grain of sand gets it...high gas prices are here to stay. The sooner you get that through your sandy hair, the easier it will be to reorganize your life. ... Read on »
Taste Test: Subway Tuscan Chicken Melt by Israel L. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sun 31 May 2009 10:02pm 1 Comment Two things in my life remain constant. I pack lunch, and it’s a Lean Cuisine. I go to Subway, and it’s a Turkey & Swiss on wheat. But today is different. I’m living on the edge and I’m driving 100 miles per hour! So what if I already packed lunch. I’m headed to Subway for their limited time Tuscan Chicken Melt. I live dangerously. My hunger ... Read on »
POST # MORE ON FRUGAL RAW ... by PrettySmartOne .. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 28 Jan 2013 9:53pm POST # MORE ON FRUGAL RAW LIVING I wrote some useful ideas for frugal raw living a year ago, but now I need to revisit those ideas, and, also, to remember what I learned in Home Economic when I was 13. If you want to save money, or if you have to save money wherever possible, the first thing you have to do is learn to compare prices.  ... Read on »
New York Subway Worker, Dubbed as a Hero Has Pension Reduced to $5.00 a Month–Retirement System Error–Attack of the by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sun 17 Jun 2012 12:08pm Here we go again with checking the books and making a decision, but is this the right thing to do ethically?  People on pensions use this money to pay rent, bills, etc.  As I have mentioned before on a few occasions, the middle class and I should add retirees are just becoming “data chasers”.  Was it his fault this mistake was made? No, but thi ... Read on »
tastes of the city. by Leslie B. Posted Fri 16 Jul 2010 9:00am I returned to Westville for dinner last night because I’m obsessed. Wine and vegetables.  I can never complain. honey dijon brussels sprouts.  i recognize that it is not the right time of year for these, but they are so unbelievably delicious, i just couldn’t say no.  i must discover how to recreate these. I’m so thankful to ... Read on »
5April 15, 2008Nutrition:The price of convenience by Offwhiteliving Posted Tue 15 Apr 2008 12:00am Today I stopped into a Pilot gas station/convenience store to fill up. I decided to take a mosey inside and see what was going on, as the place on I-5 Southbound in the Willamette Valley is always hoppin’. If you don’t know, Pilot “travel centers” offer gas, convenience stores, and usually a restaurant, such as Subway and Taco Bell in ... Read on »
Door Dong by Erin W. Posted Fri 28 May 2010 12:08pm Last night I went to the gym with the BF and lifted triceps, biceps, chest and did some abs and cardio.  After my lifting and abs, I hit the treadmill to wait for my boyfriend to get done lifting.  I had no idea his idea was to lift for about 2 hours.  Jeeze.  He’s such a meat head.  I ended up running/walking for 4.5 miles which is longer than ... Read on »
A FAIRWAY VISIT: and a dose of reality (good, actually) by PrettySmartOne .. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Thu 27 Oct 2011 9:48pm Post #703 I went up to Fairway yesterday (Fairway is an amazing market in New York City, which has just about any food you could possibly want, at very reasonable prices — it is definitely worth the subway hassle).  Dang! They must have been reading my posts! They have raised the price on the organic cashews so it is now more than the price o ... Read on »
A moment on the NYC Subway by Abbie Patient Expert Posted Sun 27 Jul 2008 7:06am Here I am, completely placing my faith on mass transportation to dump me approximately an hour and a half north in one piece, right into the Big Apple. A city that I have navigated at least a hundred times before. A city full of seemingly possessed cabbies complete with a touch screen GPS for our viewing pleasure. A city where you can get a mass ... Read on »