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Finding the Balance Between Health and Financial Stability

   Posted On: September 14, 2018  |    Posted In: Broke Millennial No More  |     Posted by: Guest Author

This post is part of the Broke Millennial No More series. “Huh! What’s that black stuff on my pillow?” I wondered to myself upon waking up. I didn’t really think much of it. Just picked it up and threw it in the trash. You see, it has been almost two years now since I started … Continued

The Time My Biggest Fear Came True

   Posted On: September 7, 2018  |    Posted In: Broke Millennial No More  |     Posted by: Guest Author

There is never a good time to find out you’ve lost your job. But a Saturday afternoon at the start of your vacation, as your plane touches down on the runway, is a little bit worse than, oh, any other time. We’re letting go of our freelancers, the email said. I’m so sorry, it said. … Continued

A 6-Step Plan for Handling Identity Theft (Because I’ve Been There)

   Posted On: September 5, 2018  |    Posted In: Personal Finance 101  |     Posted by: Bridget Dennin

Today, my assistant Bridget takes over the blog to share her tale of identity theft and how she handled the ensuing mayhem. I do a lot of independent contractor work. I serve as a producer and production manager for live events, theater, etc, which usually mean I’m running a team of people. And depending on … Continued

Roundup Edition: Celebrating the Big and Small Broke Millennial No More Victories

   Posted On: August 31, 2018  |    Posted In: Broke Millennial No More  |     Posted by: Bridget Dennin

Today, we’re sharing not just one but several Broke Millennial No More moments in this roundup special. Stories have been edited for clarity and several submissions came to us anonymously and therefore are under a nom de plum or just a first name.    For years I lived on less than $20,000 – $25,000  while … Continued

Back to School: How to Minimize Your Student Loan Debt

   Posted On: August 27, 2018  |    Posted In: Debt  |     Posted by: Broke Millennial®

This post is sponsored and part of a paid campaign with Citizens Bank, N.A. With the exception of direct quotes, the below advice and opinions are mine. The summer is winding down and it’s time to head back to the hallowed halls of college. You’re anxious to get back to your friends and return to … Continued