It’s Wednesday, which means it’s time to share those financial questions you’ve stocked up.
How much did I end up spending on my thirteen-day book-and-teaching tour (plus vacation)?
The Frugalwoods have just issued their annual challenge.
Alison Green (of Ask A Manager) explains how bad jobs can distort our sense of what the workplace should be like.
Since we’re transitioning from our Food Series to our Clothing Series, I thought I’d share how I’ve been handling both food and clothes on my current Book & Teaching Tour (Plus Vacation!).
It’s Wednesday, which means it’s time to bring out those financial questions you’ve saved up.
Devon (not her real name) is a 32-year-old credit union branch manager in Portland. She did a previous Doing Money interview, “How a Bank Manager With Three Roommates Does Money,” in 2015.
Today’s must-read essay comes from The New York Times, and it’s called “I Have Post-Brokeness Stress Disorder.”
Since you requested more news posts and fewer share-your-goals-and-successes posts, I’ll gladly provide — so expect to see that change starting this week.
Are you expecting any significant changes in a post-net-neutral world?
When I was younger, I was totally the person who would seek out a quiet corner of the airport so I could pretend to take a nap.
It’s Wednesday, which means it’s time to defrost our financial questions.
In May I received $4,421.57 in freelance income and $151.22 in book royalties, or $4,578.79 total.
It’s Monday, which means it’s time to set a financial goal for the week.