Two Totally Different Approaches to Budgeting When You're a Student
Living on your own in a foreign country can teach you a lot about managing your money.
How to Do a Zero Dollar Day—And Why You’ll Want to Try It
Drop your spending to nothing to find out where your money actually goes and start taking control of your finances.
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What the future of work looks like and how you can protect your career.
Growing Up Poor Taught Me How to Budget
My childhood experience with poverty may have ruined my credit, but it also gave me the power to survive my past.
Don’t Buy This: DIY Your Christmas Tree
You don’t have to buy a tree to get in on the holiday spirit. Here are 10 cute, inexpensive alternatives for anyone short on space, time or cash this year.
I'm a Therapist Who Walks Dogs to Stay Sane and in the Black
After seven or eight hours of listening to people talk about life’s complexities, the simplicity of being with dogs is a relief.
What It’s Like to Be a Woman Working in Construction
Solid union wages are a big draw—and a great equalizer—but being the only woman on a 500-person crew comes with its own set of challenges.
Don't Buy This: Make Your Own Holiday Wrapping Paper
Upcycle newspaper, brown paper bags, and even old maps for the coolest looking presents under the tree.
A Survival Guide for Avoiding Awkward Workplace Gifting Drama
We asked a manager and a gifting expert for advice on how to steer clear of an embarrassing office gifting faux-pas during the holidays.
Five Badass Homes for $15,000 and Up for People Who Refuse to Pay Mortgages
Home prices are at a record high. Instead of giving up on ever owning a house or committing to a monster mortgage, consider these alternative housing options.
A Day in the Life of a US Home Health Aide Earning $13 an Hour
Home care workers take care of our most vulnerable populations for rock-bottom pay in a high-turnover job that is both tough and rewarding.
Don't Buy This: Pre-Chopped Fruits and Vegetables Are a Big Waste of Money
Don’t let your chronic laziness get the best of you. Simply taking the time to chop food yourself can save $100 USD a month (or more).
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