Happy Tax Day! Last Month’s credit card statements are in, and, here we go: First off, last month I said I needed to watch my Amazon spending, and I happily report I did just that! In March, I made
When people want to know what I’m doing with this blog, I don’t have an answer other than “I hope something nice?”. I want to share things that are generous, good, kind, and positive. In short, I want to do
True to her seemingly tireless nature, and owing sadly to her mania, in addition to everything else she did, my sister Amanda was also a (self-)published author of several books. The Young Physician’s Guide to Money and Life stands apart
Last month’s bank statement is in, and I spent: February 1 — $52.35, Saks.com — Remember in January when I bought a bunch of stuff on sale from NM? Two days later, I received an email stating that an
I used to shop without discipline, and my most chaotic buying happened in the beauty and skin care departments. Chelsea from The Financial Diet frequently talks (and I keep talking about her! I know, I knowww) about evaluating how much
Hundreds of people reached out to me after Amanda’s frighteningly sudden suicide. Elementary, middle and high school friends of hers from Taipei emailed me. Former teachers and professors from her high school in LA tracked me down. Her colleagues
Amanda and I struggled with categories among other things during the months we worked together on this blog.
“It wasn’t where they belonged, necessarily. It was just where they ended up.”
I’m trying to up my savings game. In my book, the first chapter is always an honest look at where I stand.
Though I’m not one for New Year resolutions (either making them or sticking to them), I have marinated on curbing my mindless spending for a minute now.