Month: July 2017

Why You Should Live Below Your Means

One of the many life skills that you want to learn at a fairly young age is the skill of being an ultra-thrifty, minimal kind of little wisp that’ traveling through time . . . […]

17 Meals to Cook without Going to the Grocery Store

Sometimes I feel like the laziest or most anxious person in the world but sometimes the thought of going grocery shopping seems like a huge undertaking. (In my defense, I don’t have a car and […]

Money issues, as I found out later, rarely “just” have to do with finances. In the end, money is all about self-worth and self-respect. -Keith Ferrazzi, “Who’s Got Your Back”

The Phrase that Stops my Emotional Spending in its Tracks

Maybe you can relate. I can typically see through the marketing hoopla of most beauty products. But when I have a pimple, or when I feel badly about my appearance, money is no object. I […]

Are Your Money Goals Too Short Sighted?

I’ve been reading a number of personal finance blogs of late and it’s been a little bit dispiriting actually. I’ve seen many bloggers giving advice on how they worked for a few years and then […]

Would you reduce your own pay for “equality?”

According to actress, Emma Stone: In my career so far, I’ve needed my male co-stars to take a pay cut so that I may have parity with them. And that’s something they do for me […]

What I’ve Learned from Eating One Meal a Day

I’ve tried Gen. McChrystal’s one-meal-a-day diet for two weeks. For me, it hasn’t been that difficult a transition. I had already started an intermittent fasting regimen a month or so earlier. I have learned a […]

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