The Millennial Generation and Their First Job Expectations
I’ve been thinking about generations and stereotypes a lot lately. STEREOTYPES Older generations are painted as having had rosy, lovely, unhurried lives where they milked cow
What would you do if money was no object?
Today is my 2 year blogoversary (YAY!), so I thought I’d bring you an inspiring video… “If you say that money is the most important thing, you’ll spend your life c
Being direct and assertive is not a character flaw
I find that when men are direct and assertive, people expect it of them and enjoy it. When a woman does it (such as myself), people consider it a flaw. Case in point: I had a woman
Ask me Anything! – Responses Part Two
You asked, and I am answering every Friday once I have enough questions! You can ask any question using the form here. I had such a great response to my Ask me Anything post that
What accounts for the salary difference between being an employee or a CEO?
A lot of people would say it’s attributed to the fact that a CEO worked harder to get where he or she is. Others, would say perhaps, but it’s also because they had conn
How to travel and see the world for very little money
We all have a deep-seated desire in each of us to travel, even if your idea of travel means going to the beach and sipping margaritas all day, whereas mine would be to hike all aro
I really don’t care what my kids will do as a profession when they’re older
…as long as it isn’t illegal or otherwise salacious, I’m okay with pretty much any profession. (No leaders of mafias, strippers, or drug dealers please.) Why? Bec
Why don’t I just let my partner provide for me while I am pregnant / on maternity leave?
Tracy brought up a great question A LONG WHILE BACK in my December 2013 Budget roundup that I thought I ought to address properly in a post. (I am REALLY happy she asked this!): A
Why is this Emerson Fry bag so expensive?
It’s perfect. PERFECT I TELL YOU. The right size, the right sheen, black, simple, has a zipper on the back, the inside, and little metal feet. But it’s $1200 and
Should there only be one breadwinner in the family?
An interesting post states that from a rational, economic standpoint, there should only be ONE breadwinner in a family, not two: While many will argue that the theory of Comparativ