Thanks to Jeff Ubois for sending me this link:
Is A Nomadic Location Independent Lifestyle Cheaper Than Living In One Place? A 12 Month Breakdown for 2008
It’s a confirmation of something I suspected: It can be cheaper to live a range life than a fixed life. And given the lifestyle I adopted in NYC (nice apartment, $10 martinis, sushi) versus my range lifestyle (cheapie hotels, bottled water, street food) I’m thinking I’ll be spending about $1500 less per month.
Of course, saving money isn’t everything. But it makes the fiscal conservative in me feel better.