The Hidden Costs of Germophobia

I’m hyper-aware of the fact that my fingers touch the elevator button and then accidentally touch my face. Or the fact that I accidentally sit on my bed with the same jeans I’ve worn on the train.

Balancing Mental Health and Financial Needs

My depression snuck up on me — and cost me my job.

When You Can’t Accept Your Financial Stability

Today’s must-read essay comes from The New York Times, and it’s called “I Have Post-Brokeness Stress Disorder.”

On Money and Emotional Well-Being

John Hodgman and Jesse Thorn discuss personal finance.

I’m Not Good With Money Anymore, And I’m OK With That

Dear Businesslady: How Do I Sequester My Stresses?

I Want a Lego Pirate Ship

On Mental Health and Personal Finance

My Best Self Knows That My Value Is Intrinsic

My Best Self: An Update, or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Accept I’m Not Published