In all of my early posts, you will only see shadows or my back in photographs. I started blogging anonymously because it seemed like a safe place to start. It definitely felt easier to share financial information if my name wasn’t attached. I have since shared my name and net worth numbers with the world, […]
Sunday Scaries (n): The Sunday evening dread that creeps in when anticipating work in the morning. Shut down Sunday Scaries with this series: Sunday Sharies! These are the articles, links, and content I’ve read this week that I think are worth sharing. Finance Articles The Great Affordability Crisis Breaking America (The Atlantic) In one of […]
As a renter, I haven’t had the opportunity to sign up to be a host on Airbnb, so I thought I would ask someone close to me who has– my parents! After three years of hosting, they have a lot to say about their experience.
As recent adopters, we kept finding things we wanted to buy for our cat. We put each thing on our holiday wishlist, and I thought I would share the result with you. Each of these 11 items are things I would buy myself, but if they mysteriously ended up under a Christmas tree, I wouldn’t complain!
I have never considered myself a ‘cat person’. For one thing, I grew up with a dog. I spent most of my childhood anticipating getting a pup, saving up my money for the adoption fee, waking up to watch Animal Planet specials on dog training, and seriously deliberating about whether we should name her Bandit […]
I think it’s pretty obvious that you know everything when you hit your mid-twenties. You no longer go to events simply because you saw a poster for free pizza, and thus you have insight into the inner-workings of the world. Therefore I thought I could help out my 40-year-old self with wisdom from her earlier years. […]
When I heard that Julie (from Millennial Boss) and Cody (from FlyToFI) had partnered up to create courses, I jumped at the chance to learn from them. They are both inspiring entrepreneurs who make a ton of money with their side-hustles and freelance work. They are having their second public launch from today, Thursday, November […]
I used to have acne. Not just your typical teenage smattering of spots, but a full-blown pimple parade marching across my forehead, nose, and chin. When my birthdays ticked over from teens to twenties, the battle began in earnest. I tried everything—salicylic acid, oils and washes, and benzoyl peroxide that left my pillowcases and towels […]
There is power behind money that forces companies to consider their environmental, social, and political impact. As consumers, we influence which companies thrive; as investors we decide which companies survive.
People keep asking me how to stay motivated, and how to keep coming up with new ideas. I think the question really boils down to: how can I be more creative? Not just that, but how can I be preposterously creative? The type of creative that has people laughing, sobbing, thinking? It’s quite simple really, here it […]