Having money is great…but not if it totally overshadows everything else in your life. How one reader shifted her perspective and freed herself to live her life.
From a very young age, I developed a love for books and writing. Around the age of seven, I was given my first diary. I still have that diary somewhere but can’t seem to bring myself to read it. Just too scared of what could be in there. It was a transitional period in my […]
Freelancing isn’t a get-rich-quick scheme by any means. In fact, you’ve gotta be prepared to make some sacrifices and take some hits in order to get a freelance biz off the ground—and then to keep it running, month after month after month. Our budget changed dramatically once I went down to part-time at the office […]
Working from home can save you all sorts of things, but it has its costs, too. Here’s my analysis, as I start embarking on this venture.
Holy guest posts, Batman! My month of inundating the blogosphere continues today with a guest post over at my friend Amber’s blog, Blonde & Balanced. (Congrats to Amber for her wedding and honeymoon! You deserve some R&R after all the hard work you’ve done for it.) A few posts back, I alluded to the fact […]
An hour of my life. That’s how much time I have to give to my job for every $6 I spend. Think about that. A caramel macchiato and a muffin at Starbucks costs me about an hour of my life. It might seem nice at the time to indulge in a little treat while I’m […]
credit: billnwmsu (license) Lately, my husband and I are having some philosophical differences. He won’t let me sell everything but our mattress on Craigslist to free myself from the tyranny of stuff. He didn’t sound thrilled by my proposal of a Ramen and Fluffernutter diet in order to pay our debt down faster. He definitely […]