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Kiwis are both shaped and limited by having to live that way. Just LIVING here occupies enough of their effort, so ok, it’s understandable (Google “culture of New Zealand”, “anti-intellectualism” if you think I am being a snob).
I will hunt that stuff down for this year in NZ if I haven’t been able to leave by winter. The difference is that back there, I lived this same way and was able to save money and get ahead by being frugal.
At home, I had a gas furnace (not a standalone heater) and my heating was, under a special distributive program where they spread the money out for winter heating to summer months so you don’t get these big lumps to pay in winter) about 80 a month USD (that’s about, what, 100 NZD? I could afford better food and I didn’t have to darn big holes in socks.
The poster also tells of how carefully ‘“I am so tired of Kiwis making a virtue of necessity.
They should be honest that THAT is what it is – making do on a cute remote island. Not an arcane “lifestyle” to be aspired to (cue: clink wineglass of Sauvignon Blanc, look out to blue water, flash impossibly white teeth at partner that you would never see on a Kiwi because most of them don’t do dental).
This is linked with the idea of ‘kiwi ingenuity’ (see above), which supposes that all problems are better solved by seeing what works than by applying a theory.