- Still thinking..
Someone’s Dalai Lama quote the other day got me thinking again. If your mortgage/rent is X, what multiple of X do you need to live and what muliple of X to live comfortably?Posted 4 years ago
There’s no such thing as too much X.Posted 4 years ago
Triple XPosted 4 years ago
There’s no such thing as too much X.
X actlyPosted 4 years ago
personally or as a family unit ? What’s considered comfortable ? 2 cars, 2 motorbikes and 4 pushbikes ? holidays ?Posted 4 years ago
Small family unit. Comfortably here means not having to worry about how to pay for things but possibly having to save for larger purchases.Posted 4 years ago
Question doesn’t make sense. You could have a very small mortgage or a very large mortgage, having multiplies of either amount doesn’t get you to a monthly figure you would need to live on.Posted 4 years ago
Data plan/phone minutes*
Entertainment (indoor) subscriptions
Entertainment (outdoor) fund
Cars to carry bikes*
Vans to carry more bikes*
Tents to put in vans*
Stoves to put in tents*
Fuel to put in vans and stoves and cars
*consumables (ie need to buy regular replacements/upgrades)Posted 4 years ago
Even with too much X you wouldn’t pay this.Posted 4 years ago
castlemaine XXXXPosted 4 years ago
Have you seen my X ?Posted 4 years ago
There’s very, very few people happy with any particular value of X for long.
After a time X+1 becomes attractive.Posted 4 years ago
When I first got a mortgage, repayments were limited to a third of your take home pay, so 3 time X?Posted 4 years ago
If your mortgage/rent is X, what multiple of X do you need to live and what muliple of X to live comfortably?
Blimey what happened to him wishing heath and happiness? He’s got a bit political.Posted 4 years ago
He has realised that a hefty X does not always reconcile well with health and happiness and so seeks a more balanced and enlightened path…Posted 4 years ago
I do hope he’s not claiming benefits.Posted 4 years ago
After a time X+1 becomes attractive.
wow – didn’t know it worked for X tooPosted 4 years ago
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