Are you really as rich as you think you are?
Odd choice for a title because in this personal finance blogosphere, we’re all saying that you are NOT as rich as you think but ever since my trip to Singapore I have been th
The 10 Golden Rules of Personal Finance
There are very few exceptions to what I call the 10 Golden Rules of Personal Finance. Don’t regularly spend more than what you make* Your gross income is not what ends up in
Where do we draw the line at cultural customs?
Pakistani man kills his wife for making him a vegetarian dinner. I know it sounds like a sick and twisted joke but it isn’t. She cooked him lentils instead of goat meat and
Links à la Mode
Fashion Reality This week, it took me a long, long time to curate the links, not because of lack of quality, but because there were so many interesting topics to explore. Look Shar
Where would you live if money was no object?
My post on living in an ideal city got me thinking — if money was no object, where would I live? The answer is obvious to me. I’d live in California. Where exactly in C
Living without a smartphone seems to bother some people
Specifically, my NOT having a smartphone seems to irritate / irk some folks. (Mildly bothered of course, they’re not rabid mad at me for not having one, but it just bothers
Current Shopping Wish List
In lieu of actually shopping I’ve been keeping track and making a list of pieces I’d like to keep an eye out for to buy:
The Human Cost of Electronics: Who Pays the Price?
Not only is it wasteful to upgrade your phone every year or 2 years, it’s also hurting those who make it: Brands should take responsibility for supply chain responsibility, b
In the world of Save. Spend. Splurge.
ONE. This has to be the cutest, sweetest photo shoot I have ever seen. These photos come pretty close too. TWO. I absolutely HATE Windows as an operating system, but I adore Bill
Why is healthcare so expensive in the U.S.?
Here you go! An American (John Green) with the facts about American healthcare versus global healthcare and it surprisingly comes down to negotiation……