Money Talk: What does having money mean to you?
Choices. Freedom. It is being able to decide — yes, today I can indeed buy a $50 salad spinner and not feel the pinch. Or spend $17 on some eye drops that you need (medically
Do you ever wish you could see into the future and choose?
Sounds silly but of course you would like to know if you did X, and it would have outcome Y, you could compare it to if you did B and had outcome C … I was thinking about thi
Why do we spend in some areas but refuse to in others?
Money is weird...
Ask Sherry: Why do I like to dress up? Do I ever feel uncomfortable?
Why don't I just cover myself in diamonds? LOL.
Food is much more important than an iPad
Why I spend so much on food (close to $1000 a month) for just 2 adults and a hungry toddler (who in my defense, eats like an adult).
What do you consider very ugly?
What repulses me is ugly.
Damned if you do, damned if you don’t
Paying for my place in cash was dumb. So was looking into getting a mortgage. You really can't win, when it comes to make decisions about your money.
You’ve already made choices for your children whether you like it or not
I am under no illusions that I am NOT making choices for Baby Bun. I KNOW I am. I know I have. The fact that I am not choosing a religion for him because I don’t follow one,
Traveling experiences based on gender
I’m a huge fan of watching shows where people travel to countries I’ll probably never visit (e.g. Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, etc) and to see what it looks like through t
I once dated a guy who was homeless at one point in his life
I once dated a guy who was homeless at one point in his life. He told me he ran away from a perfectly good home (he found his mother too strict), at the age of 16. He lived on the