Rosalynn (not her real name) is 27, and is freelancing in entertainment in Los Angeles.
I told you I was going to do an advice column.
Do you have honest conversations about money when you’re not on The Billfold?
It’s the old “spread your retirement throughout your life” argument.
It’s Wednesday, which means it’s time to let go of those financial questions you’ve been hanging onto.
It’s time to tally up how much I spent over the past (long) weekend, hanging out with friends at the Travelers’ Rest music festival in Missoula.
The Washington Post just launched a new series called “Growth,” and the first installment is titled “I was failing at my relationship with money. Here’s what I did to fix it.”
Mac (not her real name) is a 31-year-old Content Specialist living in Austin.
In July I received $4,528.17 in freelance income and $207.22 in book royalties, or $4,735.39 total.
The next installment in Carolita Johnson’s “A Woman’s Work” series is up at Longreads.
It’s time for another Billfold LLC update! There’s a lot to cover in this one, so I’ll divide it into sections.
It’s Wednesday, which means it’s time to kick off another round of financial questions.
Hobby spending, entertainment spending, vacation spending, etc.
“Please don’t put me on Facebook,” the fish said. “I will give you whatever you ask for.”
Pull up those balances!