I write about personal finance, credit cards and debt, saving, budgeting, money, insurance, retirement, investing, loans, pets, careers, freelancing, small business, and productivity.
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A hypothetical (but likely) scenario: You’re perusing the aisles at your favorite natural foods store.
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A recipe for buying and renovating on a tight budget
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When graphic designer Kate Bingaman-Burt noticed her credit card debt piling up a few years back, she knew exactly what she had to do to get out of this hole she’d dug for herself: draw her statements.
So you’re leaving your job for a better opportunity.
If your credit card statements are making you cringe you’re not alone.
When it comes to solid money habits, the rules are simple: earn more, spend less and invest
When it comes to money goals, let’s face it: What you want to do and what you actually do can be two wildly different things.
Wouldn’t it be nice to have some money in the bank? An emergency fund relieves stress by allowing you to handle life’s curve balls as they happen.
So you’re dead set on saving. You’ve created a new budget, listed the amounts and deadlines for each savings goal, and feel a glowing sense of satisfaction as you jot it all down in your bullet journal.
I like making friends in unusual ways. I once made a friend in college by approaching him at the dining hall and asking him what he thought about color.
A few months ago, I was at a free trial day at a coworking space in downtown L.A. when my friend Aaron friend dropped in.
If you’re a creator, chances are you’ve entertained fantasies of having legions of fans love your work and tossing big bucks your way.