What life phases can you see if you look at your life? For those of you who’ve been through many phases and now have the benefit of hindsight — what do you wish you’d learned in each phase of life?
What are your favorite products and systems to deal with a head cold, readers? We haven’t talked about this in a LONG time, and not only am I as sick as a dog, the NYT reports that EVERYONE is as sick as a dog right now, as our immune systems have been relatively sheltered over … Read More about How to Deal When You’re Sick with a Head Cold
This eco-friendly laundry stick apparently works so well it deserves an award…
A recent op-ed in the ABA Journal has some women outraged over claims that working mothers are terrible managers, overly perfectionist, and don’t support team members. Let’s discuss.
If you’re into investing in the market, how did you get started — and what would your advice be to someone who isn’t sure about how to start investing? What resources would you recommend, and how much of an initial investment do you think is necessary?
Are you trying to reduce and reuse more? Here are some of the top reader tips on how to live a low-waste lifestyle…
What’s your best decluttering advice? If you maintain a clutter-free home, what are your best tips for keeping it that way?
Here’s a fun thread for June: how much did you spend on your wedding or civil union? (And how do those choices sit in your memory?)
I recently started using Sanebox for my email, and I hope it’s going to be a game changer.
Readers, what personal finance advice did you get when you graduated? What would be the best advice you’d share with new grads now? (Are there things you didn’t start doing until later that you WISH you’d done early on?)
If you’ve ever realized you’ve become bored with your life, what did you do, and how did it help? What are your best tips for how to shake things up when you’re bored with life, or in general to overcome personal stagnation?
We’re rounding up some of the reader favorites for personal finance resources — have we missed any of your favorites? What do you think are the best personal finance resources for professionals?