Month: January 2016

The True Cost of an Impulse Purchase: a Broke Millennial Confession

“The biggest lesson in tolerance I ever learned was accepting that there are some people who genuinely like cats more than dogs.” – Cailin Lowry  Do you remember being a kid and walking through the grocery store thinking, “When I

Posted in Budgeting, Random Tagged with: ,

“2% or Skim?” and Other Inane Questions I Asked to Earn a Living

“Good morning, may I take your order?” “Tall, grande or venti?” “2% or skim milk?” “Whip or no whip?” “And what’s your name for the order?” During my first six months in New York City, I started most of my

Posted in Career, Millennials

Putting the Personal in Personal Finance

“Don’t read the comments. Just don’t do it.” I’ve given this advice to countless other writers after their work has been syndicated to a large platform or they’ve published their first piece on a site with lots of traffic and

Posted in Dating, Millennials Tagged with: