I took two weeks off—two weeks, in a row—this month.
We all know the advice to “eat what’s already in your pantry,” but we also know the reality: we eat our favorite stuff first and leave the rest of the food in there until we’re faced with the option of either A) eating twelve cans of beans in a row or B) buying more groceries.
Many of us are feeling some combination of despair, outrage, and shock at reports of the conditions at the U.S. southern border. It’s devastating to learn that our government is separating children from their families, cramming people into overcrowded detention cells, and preventing refugees from accessing basic…
If you’ve been thinking about buying a fixer-upper because you want to “save money,” be careful.
How do you know whether you’re getting the right things done at work? You might want to ask yourself what you’re leaving undone.
Should your Twitter account reflect your personal life, or your professional expertise? Arguably, the answer is “both”—but it isn’t always easy to figure out how to balance the two identities.
If your workload is only limited by the number of hours you are willing to put in, how do you decide when you’ve worked “enough”?
One of the main reasons I got an airline credit card was because it came with multiple forms of travel insurance.
The more habits you try to create, the harder it is to keep them all going.
I remember exactly where I was when I realized how long it would take to save up a year’s worth of income.
I have eaten a lot of veggie burgers in my day.
Don’t just buy another tech thing this Memorial Day weekend. Go get yourself a replica of Aladdin’s Magic Carpet for $29.99.
Whether you’re playing a sport, preparing a speech, or getting ready to sing in front of an audience, it’s nearly impossible to control the pre-game jitters.
We all know how exciting it is to start a new habit. Today we’re going to be the type of person who wakes up early! Packs their lunch before work! Goes to the gym!
If you’re job hunting and you find a potential job where you only meet some of the requirements, go ahead and apply. Worst-case scenario, you don’t get the job. Best-scenario, you get hired—and find yourself in a position where you can grow.
If you’re one of the people who has decided to solve the retirement problem by “working for as long as possible,” it’s time to ask yourself what might happen if your working days end sooner than anticipated.
The next time you’re apartment or house hunting, don’t start by looking for the perfect building or home. Instead, look for the places where you’d like to spend your time—gyms, libraries, restaurants, and so on—and pick a home as close to those amenities as possible.
If you want to earn more money as a freelancer, here are the steps I suggest you take.
If you feel a little behind on your homeownership goals—or if you’re wondering whether homeownership should even be one of your goals—don’t worry. First, you’re not alone. Second, it’s harder to save up for a home than it’s been in a long time.
If you’re not happy with your life, is it better to make a small tweak or a big change?