It’s Back! Thursday: Most and Least

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I haven't done a Thursday: Most and Least post in so long. But I'm pretty jazzed about some of the stuff I bought this week, so I wanted to share it! As always, feel free to use this feature on your blog, but remember that it's good manners to link back to this post somewhere ... Read more...

Do Women Try to Become Millionaires, Too?

I want to preface this post by saying that I seriously doubt that anyone would turn down a million dollars if it were offered to her. Assuming that the money would be obtained legally and ethically, who would say no to a windfall like that? In other words, I don't believe that ... Read more...

Three Ways to Frugal-ize Your Takeout

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We all know that cooking for yourself is much, much more cost-effective than ordering takeout. But we all also know that sometimes we're too busy, too tired, or just plain too lazy to cook. It's times like these that ordering takeout becomes a very attractive option :) As ... Read more...

Get Real: A College Education IS Worth It

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Since the onset of the recession in 2008, it's become very trendy to discuss the crisis that recent college graduates face when attempting to get a job in a bad economy with massive student debt loads. Of course, there has also been a lot of chatter out there about whether a ... Read more...

Good Enough

A common refrain in the personal finance community is "personal finance is personal." I think that this idea is absolutely true. We all have different values and responsibilities, different ideas about what constitutes a worthwhile splurge and what we would never in a million ... Read more...