Looking for a good beach read? Here’s my review of 8 books I’ve read recently, even though nobody asked for my opinion :DRead More
Oh, you’ve never crawled over a console of coffee mugs, pens and Taylor Swift CDs in order to exit your own vehicle via the passenger door? Never done that in front of an audience? MUST BE NICE. Read about my latest car conundrum, and how we dealt with this unexpected maintenance cost.Read More
A can opener almost made me lose my mind. And that’s when I decided to take a long look at my finance goals overall and question whether or not my money plans were in perspective. The two are related, I promise. Here’s how I think you should keep your big-picture money goal at the forefront.Read More
I frequently attract a certain sort of mishaps and misunderstandings. They are usually avoidable, always awkward and often take place in a public parking lot or professional meeting. In today’s issue, we delve into the always-relatable topic of smearing pudding in your workout pants. Because of course that happened.Read More
Does Venmo cost me any money? How can I avoid Venmo fees? Why is Chad hanging out with Monica and why is she sending him money for drinks?!?!?!?!?!? Learn how Venmo is affecting you and your bank account now!Read More
“Just because you’re little, you can do a lot/You mustn’t let a little thing like little stop you.” Read how THIS and other inspiration about life and money comes straight from one of my favorite books/musicals. Oh, you don’t think children’s stories are the basis on which financial plans should be founded? Think again, maggot.Read More
Here’s the very official roundup of the year’s best blogs, movies, songs, moments and more! Please read — I’ve never felt more powerful. I had Hollywood PR managers calling me, various restaurants lobbying for top pick, it’s been wild. (Or something like that…)Read More
Personal finance can be so intimidating. How do you overcome that feeling that you're bad with money? What about when you don't know where to start — when you don't even know WHAT you don't know?! There’s one thing that you need to remember. Start here.Read More
As a naturally introspective person, it’s not hard for me to come up with a list of things that I love. But what about the things that make me roll my eyes and weigh on my chest? I’m finding ways to be truly, deeply thankful for the more obnoxious things in my life. You?Read More
We often talk about quitting our job to pursue our passion, but what happens when you quit your passion? I did, and I was riddled with guilt at first. Learn how I made the transition as I share my deeply personal story today in this guest post.Read More
I interviewed the robot trying to take my job. And you know what? I’m thoroughly convinced my job is safe. Do you think artificial intelligence is a threat to your job? Should we all move to the woods and bury money in the yard?Read More
Money has little intrinsic value, right? It’s extrinsic value lies in the freedom, peace of mind, flexibility, tacos and options that it provides. Our most valuable asset is TIME — so what are you doing to protect yours?Read More
I’m naturally a saver. I want to find the most value in everything I purchase, even when it comes to once-in-a-lifetime experiences like a honeymoon. So why would I pay nearly double the amount as necessary for our plane tickets? I’m a bit of a travel hack skeptic, and I’ll tell you why.Read More
On average, a friend’s wedding costs us $888 from engagement toast to sparkler exit. That’s an average number. Bridesmaids often spend well over $1,000. And to be quite frank, I think that estimate is on the low side. Here are 5 ways you can save some money during #weddingszn.Read More
My early career in arts and entertainment took me all over, even internationally. I met cool people and learned how to apply eyeliner well below the lash line to accentuate eyes, which will definitely come in handy in the real world.
Finances are a SORELY lacking subject in a performer’s education. But here’s what I have to say looking back on my time in the biz.
Last month, I did a No-Spend Challenge. In addition to reigning in summer spending and saving some doll hairs, I was very much looking forward to what I would discover about myself and about my habits. SHO 'NUFF, I learned a thing or two. Ahead, read my spending recap, what four things I learned from the challenge, and what I'll do differently next time.Read More
Millennials, our problem isn’t intelligence; we’re loaded with it. Our problem is mental bandwidth. And much of ours is consumed by the steady drone of background noise. Think Instagram, Facebook, talk shows, podcasts, etc.
Learn how to make the most of your most valued asset — your time — by using my one simple trick for making some room in your mind.Read More