Month: April 2016

Balancing Unequal Incomes in a Relationship

There’s banking when you’re married, banking when you’re single, but what about that awkward gray area when you’re single in the eyes of the law but you’re in a long-term, committed relationship? How exactly do you balance the books when

Posted in Relationships

Take the Risk and Invest in Yourself

Nearly a decade ago I left for college with the intention of getting a degree in theatre and then bursting onto the scene in New York City as an actress. I didn’t fantasize about being famous, but rather about being in

Posted in Career

A Simple Trick to Save More Money (It isn’t automating)

Save more, spend less. Earn more, still spend less. Those are the two ways you’re going to get advice about how to build wealth (and to me saving includes investing — should probably make that clear upfront). When people lecture

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The Money Pit of Overextending Yourself

“Put on your own mask before assisting others.” I’ve heard flight attendants, or more recently the inflight video, state this line hundreds of times. The moral of course being you don’t do anyone any good if you fall over gasping

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