Are you too embarrassed to pick up money like pennies off the floor?
I’m not talking about $1 coins in Canada, or banknotes, but after reading Girl Meets Debt’s post on growing a thicker skin to pick up pennies off the floor, this is new
What does “retiring” mean? Would you do your job for free?
Nelson who is the self-proclaimed Chief of the Retirement Police, poses an interesting point in reply to a post by Mr. Money Mustache versus The Retirement Police: But why do you t
How expensive can you look when you’re at work?
This is not a challenge, but it’s more of a question meant to generate discussion. As a woman who loves dressing up and looking nice, I am also acutely aware of how I have to
Women are losing $500,000 over the course of their careers
The One Career Mistake That Could Cost You $500,000: In a study cited by Linda Babcock and Sara Laschever, authors of Women Don’t Ask, if a woman doesn’t push to ask for mo
Can we trust anything made in China? My life with as little of China in it as possible.
Disclaimer: I am not posting this in an attempt to ram this Anti-China bit down your throat in a militant manner. I am doing it because I didn’t know about it before, and I w
Women: The new rise of wealth and spending in a global marketplace
Edit: This post was written before my other one where I asked if anyone felt guilty for their success. Some great points & comments came up in the post, and I realized I wasn&#
How much do your friends or family know about your money?
I was thinking about this the other day, about how much people in our lives know about our money. MY FAMILY: Almost nothing, and yet, almost everything. They know I make money at a
Want to know why I don’t read 95% of PF blogs and posts out there? Because it’s a waste of my time.
Blogging community, listen up! We need to change. I know I already ragged on you last week for being mean to others because of their lifestyle choices — be rich, don’t
Imagine if you were ‘Born Rich’: A documentary into the lives of those who were
This documentary was created by Jamie Johnson of Johnson & Johnson, who was then 23 years old, and an heir at his 21st birthday to part of the Johnson & Johnson fortune. Am
Your children are not investments
Children you have, are not investments. You have kids as a parent, knowing full well that you may spend about $250,000 until they’re 18 and ready to be shipped off to college