People will keep trying to tell you what to do next. What will make you successful. What you can buy to make your life more enjoyable.
I thought I knew what I wanted in life; this book helped me visualize the details
The point is to define what we want in life first, t
Some tried-and-true methods to get them to stop listening to you, ignore all of your advice, and make them second guess being with you
it’s time to call bullshit on four myths about women and money.
Wag! is the uber of dog-walking, and I tried it out to write this review. Warning: lots of dog pictures ahead!
I was wondering what to write this week, but I could not think of a topic for love or money. Then it hit me– love and money!
The egg is unremarkable; people pass by without a second glance. Yet one day, it cracks open…
Would I order the expensive steak every night? Would I ever tire of the Market Choice fish or the Chef’s Special?
Asking for a raise or a promotion can seem like a daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be.
There are two ends of the money management spectrum: the ostrich and the hawk. Which one are you?
It is impossible to ignore the lack of certain line items on my expense reports (like Internet and Netflix) so what gives?
We all have those things that make us wonder, “Why did I buy that?!” Whether it is an item that underperforms or just never gets used…
I currently rent a 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom apartment in Portland, Oregon. It is 1,000 square feet and dare I say it– it is to much space
In the financial realm, there are four psychological phenomena that heavily weigh into our money making decisions and our overall happiness.
We work harder in order to eventually work less, but find ourselves in a battle when the focus is not on fulfillment