What Bras Are Worth a Splurge?

What Bras Are Worth a Splurge?

I’ve raved a few times about Facebook target ads and it appears that Facebook knows my endless struggle for a decent bra that doesn’t cost an arm and a leg. Or, let’s be real, an excellent bra that lasts a long time and doesn’t make my boobs look weird in any way, that does cost…

Is It Worth It To Join Actors Equity?

Is It Worth It To Join Actors’ Equity?

Let me lay a few cards on the table here. I don’t think Actors’ Equity is a good union. I say this from the standpoint of someone who has turned down three different jobs that would’ve allowed her to join – not as someone who hasn’t been able to get in. That being said, a…

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Financially Savvy Saturdays #210

Welcome to Financially Savvy Saturdays, the savviest personal finance blog hop on the planet, created specifically for personal finance writers! We welcome all things money here. Whether you’ve written anything from how to balance lifestyle inflation to the best money saving DIYs, you’re invited to link-up. If it ties into personal finance, we want to read…

4 Alternatives to College That Can Help You Make Money

4 Alternatives to College That Can Help You Make Money

These days, college isn’t as important as people would have you believe. In a survey conducted by CNBC and SurveyMonkey, results showed that 56 percent of small business owners do not have a four-year degree. In another study of people who did go to college, only 27 percent of them were offered a class on entrepreneurship. Learning about entrepreneurship…

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Accountability: August 2017

Profile I am thirty three years old and I am a Stage Manager at Sleep No More in New York City. I make $115/show and work 7-8 shows a week. I also work very part time at The Ride – a ridiculous tourist trap bus in Times Square that’s actually pretty fun. Saving & Spending…

Only Buy It Once

Only Buy It Once

On my journey from mindless consumer to frugality, there was definitely a period when I was cheap. I looked at the bottom line of what I was spending and that was it. That’s part of how I dropped nearly $200 on earphones over a year. I’d go to Five Below and pick up 3 pairs…