Month: December 2016

17 People Share Their Biggest Financial Failures of 2016

  The only face you’re required to show online is the carefully curated one you’d like others to see. You use the filteres to remove the bags under your eyes. You crop to keep soft parts of your body out

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The Broke Millennial Checklist to Avoid Overspending at Christmas

I’m a peculiar person when it comes to gifts. I never spent an afternoon trying to find where my parents stashed Christmas gifts. In fact, two presents from Peach are sitting in my office, unwrapped, and I haven’t had the

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Millennial Luddite to Technology Savant (with my finances)

I’m often accused of being a millennial luddite. Not to be confused with Ron-Swanson-level-aggressively-off-the-grid-real-life luddites, I just tend to take a while to warm up to technological advances. It was even my father who notoriously forced me to get with

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