Thinking about cohabiting? Here’s what you two should talk about before taking this major step.
One five-letter word has the potential to put a strain on even the strongest relationship: money.
You’ve made major strides in getting your money situation together. Perhaps you’ve started a rainy-day fund or made a dent in your student loans. Good for you! Luckily, things can get even better. With a few small tweaks, your finances can go from good to golden. Here are a handful of ways you can be an even more savvy and responsible spender:
1. CREATE A BUDGET.
Creating a budget is a timeless money tip, but it’s an important one nonetheless. Whether you prefer to use an old-school method su...
While decking out your pad for the holidays can be a lot of fun, you could easily run up a hefty tab. By being clever and resourceful, though, you can keep it frugal and festive without having to skimp out on the decor. Here are a few smart ways you can decorate on a budget:
Making a living from one’s art is a Herculean feat to most. And when it happens, it could serve as a sign of validation, or perhaps offer a sliver of hope of leaving one’s uninspired day job to pursue a more personal, passionate calling.
In the words of Andy Warhol, “Making money is art, and working is art and good business is the best art.”
But to most working artists, it’s not that simple.
While for the majority of professions making money is an unquestionable earmark of success, in the art...
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"There were definitely moments when it was hard not to spend, but this exercise taught me that often, I spent not out of necessity, but impulse or habit."