Are we all just liars?
Okay, that was a controversial title, but it makes me wonder if people think that. I was reading through comments on blog posts about how much you should have saved by the time you
How to budget for traveling
Traveling overseas always makes people groan because of the work involved to plan it, but also the cost of it. On average, we spend about $1000/week each on vacation, which is at l
Is growing up rich all it’s cracked up to be?
I grew up middle-class, and didn’t want for the necessities, but I certainly wasn’t flying around in private jets with my friends or walking into a walk-in closet the s
Learning how to cut my losses
I’m not talking about investments, although I guess this can apply to it. I’m talking about the times like when you buy a really crappy drink and you had expected to be
The Price of Beauty: Why we buy
We women spend a lot of money on beauty to the tune of $7 BILLION dollars a year, or $100 a month on things like makeup and toiletries. (Source: YWCA Report “Beauty at any co
The Big Bad Wolf: Outsourcing and how it affects the job market
We can all agree that no one seems to like outsourcing. Outsourcing to China? Shame on you for not protecting American jobs! Outsourcing to India? Double curses on you and your fa
Why aren’t Asian guys dating Caucausian girls?
Absolutely Fobulous posted a great video on this, about Asian guys getting perplexed as to why Caucasian girls don’t date them in the same numbers as Asian girls date Caucasi
It’s easy to spend money when it isn’t yours
All this talk about entitled brats, and the proliferation of shows like “Princess” (love!) got me thinking about how brats can feel perfectly fine with that kind of be
Doing the best you can for yourself includes eating well
This is a food and health post, which is not something I normally write about, but it has been on my mind lately. Now, healthy to me is NOT skinny. This about sums it up for me: Up
Financial friends I wish I had early on
When I look back at the start of my college years and into the early years of my career, I really wish I hadn’t been so laissez-faire. I know that what I’ve accomplishe