Subsisting on Convenience Foods

I haven’t cooked in months, and yet I’m still alive.

“I Cannot Imagine Not Having This Option”: When Birth Control Is Your Medicine

Many people rely on birth control to keep health conditions in check.

How Food Changes When You’re a Caretaker

Every liquid has to be thickened, and every solid has to be pureed.

How My Food Budget Changed When I Decided to Lose Weight

I started tracking how changing my eating habits would affect the family’s grocery costs.

When Food Becomes Part of Your Medical Treatment

Before I got sick, I could definitely have been called the Queen of Not Cooking.

Single People Need to Make Sure Loved Ones Can Access Their Finances, Too

In case of emergency.

The Cost of Contracting Allergic Fungal Sinusitis

That’s a nose fungus, in case you aren’t familiar.

Dear Businesslady: The Calculus of the Aftermath

Advice for embracing the new normal.

When You Used to Have a Career — But Now You Don’t

I didn’t change careers by choice.

Confirming My Affordable Care Act Subsidy Eligibility

This is the other thing I got done today.