I learned a valuable lesson during a recent road trip: it's worth it to fly. So, since I'm flying more now than ever, here are a few hacks for flying like a champ.
Here are more tricks for never buying online goodies full-priced.
Here are a few hacks that keep my bank account (and antisocial tendencies) happy, even when I want to get a little fancy.
I have five credit cards and no credit card debt, so why so many? It's definitely not to make my wallet even less likely to fit in the comically small pockets all women's jeans offer.
Dating has been great and all, but damn, that shit's expensive. Here are my sneaky ways to stay in-budget.
We never know how or when life is going to try and run us over, and it sure as hell doesn't care about what's convenient or affordable. So in the interest of taking back control, here's how I make sure I'm never without options.
So many of my friends and coworkers tell me that they hand their W-2s over to their parents, and "let" them handle their taxes. After a certain point, there's no excuse. It's so easy to file our own taxes. Especially when we plan ahead.
Now that I'm single and living alone, my newly inflated grocery bill needs some adjustments. This is how I'm getting back on track.
Most people will either wait for management to acknowledge their efforts and reward them with a raise, OR they'll barge in unprepared and demand a raise, yielding less than stellar results. I propose a middle-ground.
I got laid off at the tail end of 2016, and was thankful to have the insider perspective while looking for my next position. It doesn't matter whether you're casually looking at new opportunities or aggressively hunting for your next role - if you want the job, it pays to apply like you mean it.