When one makes lifestyle decisions, how does one apply hedonistic calculus?
Should I eat healthy food or food that tastes good but has long term negative health effects?
If I reduce the number of things that I own, my life is simplified, but what if I start to get bored with my minimalist situation?
Some luxuries are very pleasing, but I can't afford them, should I get a second job to pay for them?
Did Epicurus recommend a certain lifestyle?
Does Epicurus recommend eating simple food and growing one's food in a garden?
Would living in a garden and harvesting one's food be a life to strive for as a student of Epicurus?