Why and how should women dress to avoid unwanted male attention? Discuss.
This follow-up question from reader Ida dovetails very nicely with a book I just finished reading: Men explain things to me Ida says: In my last several internships and part-time j
Couch Surfing is not Minimalism
I read this article on Altucher (whom I greatly admire), but with only 15 possessions I had to ask the Elephant of a Question that is in the room. Is living with only 15 things, co
Sherry’s Ramblings for the Week
I POSTED THIS AND IT IS SO TRUE Sometimes, it is all I want. A photo posted by Sherry @ Save. Spend. Splurge. (@saverspender) on Aug 8, 2016 at 9:09am PDT STILL REELING FROM THE $$
In the world of Save. Spend. Splurge.
What I liked this week: It is totally unfair that Blake Lively is so sweet and looks incredibly chic & stylish even while sporting a very awkward baby bump (I rem
Singapore, the Lion City – Time Lapse Miniature Video
A very cool time lapse video by Keith Loutit on Singapore. Singapore wasn’t a city that I would go back and visit again. The flight was too long and it is too westernized to
Google yourself and clean up your web presence
This is something we all take for granted, but we should make sure our web profiles are clean. I know we don’t talk about it often, but it’s something you should really
Are all men just looking for sugar mommas?
I must not be the ONLY woman who has ever fronted the bills and lifestyle for a boyfriend before.. I mean, I was a complete idiot about love & money, which is what made me chan
Style Help: Post-college professional in her 20s requiring maximum coverage
Reader Ida wrote in to request the following: I’m a Midwestern journalism (not TV) and critical language student. Like most of my fellow women in these categories, I often dr
Stop talking about what you want to do, and just do it
Nothing aggravates me more than inaction. People who say they want to get out of debt, or change careers so they can make more money, but then never even try do anything about it,
Stop with the denial and the excuses
One thing I’ve noticed in common with people who are perpetually falling back into debt, or unable to climb out of the hole they’ve dug themselves in, is that they are