In the world of Save. Spend. Splurge. where rich people barely make it (if at all) in Silicon Valley, and life is all about spending on the right things and a Smug Mother tries to
Ask Sherry Anything: Where I talk about how we decided to double our daycare costs to pay for preschool, and whether a condo or a house is better.
Single people like my friend who make good incomes ($50,000 or more), and who have the nerve to tell me they don't have any money to save to be able to max out their retirement inc
This is how compounding interest works, but it only works if you actually save the money instead of spending it. Oops.
Is anyone a good judge of what NOT to buy? Perhaps not, because we'd all be richer.
In the world of Save. Spend. Splurge. where you get divorced in Silicon Valley with big money, big ego and big bills.
I'm starting to lose my taste for retailing but thrifting has taken a big rise. I still buy at retail stores (on sale), but it is getting harder and harder to justify it.