54 POSTS 0 COMMENTSAmy Freeman is a freelance writer living in Philadelphia, PA. Her interest in personal finance and budgeting began when she was earning an MFA in theater, living in one of the most expensive cities in the country (Brooklyn, NY) on a student's budget. You can read more of her work on her website, Amy E. Freeman.
Although quitting a job you aren’t happy with can seem like an easy solution to your problem, reality is usually a lot more complicated. Here are the most common reasons people feel stuck in jobs they don’t enjoy and tips for how to quit a job you hate in favor of a more fulfilling opportunity.
Once you’ve saved a considerable nest egg for your future financial goals, one way to keep your money relatively safe and accessible is to build a CD ladder. This strategy offers the flexibility to access your savings while offering a decent return. Learn how to build a CD ladder with your savings.
The annual onslaught of heart-shaped objects, cheap chocolates, and exploitatively priced diamonds can leave single people feeling left out. Whether you want to celebrate Anti-Valentine’s Day or Galentine’s Day, you have plenty of options for having fun without a significant other.
Adult coloring books are a popular way to unwind from daily stresses. This childhood pastime is an easy and inexpensive hobby to start. Whether you’re thinking of taking up coloring or you want to take your skills to the next level, these must-have coloring supplies are worth checking out.
Budgeting is hard. 50% of Americans have less than one month's income saved for emergencies. Experts recommend at least six months. The problem, however, may lie with flawed budgeting advice. Traditional budgeting methods ask you...
The U.S. is amid a global pandemic. Mayors, governors, and even the president are encouraging people to limit contact with others and stay home. Yet some employers remain hesitant to let people work remotely. If your boss is one of the holdouts on remote work, it’s time to negotiate.
Parting ways with someone you’ve shared a home and a life with involves more than handing them a box of their stuff and saying goodbye. Here’s what you can do to pick yourself up and get back on track — emotionally and financially — after a breakup.
Are you setting up your first home office? Even if you’re trying to get up and running fast, you don’t have to spend a fortune. Here’s how to plan, budget for, and save on everything you need, from electronics to furniture to supplies.
Whether you’re interested in learning a new language or brushing up on your existing language skills, you’re in luck. The amount of affordable and free language learning tools makes it easier than ever.
By now, you know the drill: You need to stay at least 6 feet from other people and limit the amount of contact you have with others. But social distancing doesn’t mean you need to be socially isolated. There are plenty of ways to spend time with people you love while you’re physically apart.
Breaking New Year’s resolutions is so common it’s become a cliche. But the trouble with your resolution isn’t you. It’s the resolution itself. If you want to stick to your resolutions this year, shift your thinking. A SMART goal is a road map to help you finally keep your New Year’s resolution.