Gather round and listen, little children, to the cautionary tale of being wooed and wowed by boujee face creams and expensive sprays!
Why am I like this?Read 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
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
If TV shows have gotten NOTICEABLY crappier over the last decade, then why is cable so heckin’ expensive? I’ll tell you who’s to blame, how you can cut cable costs, and where to go if you’re ready to cut the cord altogether.Read More
HSAs are the magical unicorns of retirement accounts that nobody talks about. And you know what? I didn’t even know they EXISTED! Learn how a health savings account can be a triple tax-advantaged savings plan and the ultimate retirement account.Read More
I’m a time snob. What does that mean? It means I guard my time so that I can make the most of every day and every experience. I want to make sure that any activity’s resulting joy/bonding/memories are worth the time and money I’m spending. Cause both are valuable.
Like you, I work hard. I have a full-time, 40-hour per week job that requires me to use my brain 98% of the time. So when I get a precious day off, I don’t want to spend it doing something I don’t enjoy. Especially if I have to pay to do it. So, I’ve rounded up 6 free and fun things to do right here in Charleston!Read More
How prepared are you to head for the office door? For some people — especially millennials — retirement may be pretty far off.
The average retirement age in the United States is 63, but maybe you don’t want to be average. Maybe you, like me, plan to give your two weeks well before that. Either way, retirement requires planning.Read More
Maybe it’s a last minute plane ticket. Maybe it’s an unexpected hospital bill. Maybe it’s that bridesmaid dress you will 100% never wear again. Whatever your reason, it’s hard to say no to an extra $300 in your pocket.Read More