It’s not that I hate Christmas. It’s just that I’m one of the many people for whom the holiday season brings a surge of depression and anxiety rather than a rush of joy.
“No budget” really just means “as little money as possible.”
Let’s talk first about what went wrong. The short answer is everything. The long answer is, well, long.
Right now, for the first time in my life, I have over $5,000 in my savings account.
I don’t regret any jobs I’ve had in the past, but it was unquestionably not the path I thought my life would take.
When you start dating someone, it’s hard to trust them with the truth about your—or your family’s—financial situation.
In February I told you all about how my decision to stop drinking saved my sanity and my money. Now I’m back with an update on my endeavor, which hasn’t been as successful as I’d hoped.
The company seemed to be doing everything it could to help you forget what your job was.
The city feels like the home I always wanted—but my dream comes at a cost.
I stopped drinking. Not because I wanted to, but because my body made it increasingly obvious that I had to.