Money Diary: Why a 31-year-old Banker Living in the DC Suburbs is Thinking of Monetizing Her Blog

In the vein of such fine publications as Refinery29, Wealthsimple, and the like, I'm going to share my with you what a week living on my salary looks like. I have read enough of these (like two, so really more than enough) to know I am extremely indulgent because I insist on living alone. Please … Continue reading Money Diary: Why a 31-year-old Banker Living in the DC Suburbs is Thinking of Monetizing Her Blog

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Money as Evil

Money- or love of it according to 1 Timothy- is the root of all evil*. Money has played heavily on my mind lately because I was just passed up for a job after a first interview that ended with me being asked about a salary range. This job was a bit of a dream, pared … Continue reading Money as Evil

Money: the Root of all Evil and the Ticket to Happiness

A year ago my nearly 10 year old Acer, purchased at Costco post college, saved its operating system to a disk I had forgotten in the CD drive for years, rendering it dead and all files gone with it. Six months ago, the transmission of my 2009 Nissan Versa, purchased 59 months prior, gave up … Continue reading Money: the Root of all Evil and the Ticket to Happiness

How to Cater a Women’s Luncheon

I'm lucky enough to work in an industry where women know their place and are thankful for all the opportunities afforded to them by the handsy dudes on the top floor. I am fortunate enough to work for a company who respects and supports women in the work place. You guys, we have one lady … Continue reading How to Cater a Women’s Luncheon