Spring is coming — or so they say. This inside-out umbrella looks like a great option for when spring rains start…
What are your best tips on how to automate your savings? How much each month do you send to automatic savings (versus automatic investments)? Do you save for specific big expenses (like bills you know are coming), breaking them into smaller chunks each month, or are you just saving for a future nebulous expense like a downpayment or wedding?
How much do you keep track of your own health stats like triglyceride levels and so forth? How much do you trust your doctor to “find something” when things are wrong? (Also, I’m sharing my weird little Excel health chart…)
Huge thanks to reader P, a 29-year-old married chemist living in NJ, for sharing her money snapshot with us!
So here’s a little question for you guys: at what age did you start dating seriously? Would you say you’ve been permanently single, or that you’ve dated person after person in pretty quick succession? If you’ve always been partnered, what tips do you have for balancing academics and career with your love life? As I’ve … Read More about At What Age Did You Start Dating Seriously – And How Did You Balance It With Academics and Career?
The latest studies say $105K is the “optimal salary” for happiness for Americans — do you agree with that?
If you’re expecting, it can already feel hard to look stylish — and while dresses are easy to find, it can be really difficult to find great pants. So we rounded up the best maternity pants for the office, over at CorporetteMoms!
Last year, readers asked for a post on how to be happily single on Valentine’s Day — so my good friend Auntie M. is sharing her thoughts…
How do you save money on food? Do you feel like it’s harder to save money on food if you’re working long hours, or easier?
It happens to everyone — sometimes life stinks (or at least seems to). Here’s some of my best advice for how to get yourself out of a funk — or at the very least, how to keep your spirits high if life.
How often do you clean your office cabinets or desk drawers — or move files into storage, or send them to the shredder? On the home front, how often do you clean your pantry and freezer — and what other kinds of tasks do you do in this irregular cleaning/purging cycle that feels so good?
Presenting… our very first personal money snapshot! Reader P shares her money situation, noting, “I have worked almost exclusively in public administration or higher education, so not a high roller here!”