"Don't Always Listen To Older Generations," And 20 More Money Lessons Millennials Learned The Hard Way
"You don’t want to be stuck in a toxic environment because you can’t afford to leave."
Saving money is surprisingly sexy, tbh.
I'll start with a vat of iced coffee, please.
Being Broke Is Expensive And 4 More Science-Backed Reasons Why It's So Hard To Manage Money When You Don't Have A Lot Of It
No, it's not because you're bad with money.
Where are Donna Meagle and Tom Haverford when we need them...
Last Year, I Saved More Money Than I Ever Had Before — Here Are The 8 Habits And Changes That Let Me Do That
I'd like to think I've always been pretty good about how I spend and save my money — but last year, some new changes really paid off.
Let's blow some cash.
"Perfection delays destiny. People need to just start, and as they walk it out they will learn and grow along the way."
The truth is out there (and in here).
People Are Sharing Their Best Work-Life Balance Tips, And, Honestly, I Need To Start Doing All Of Them
"Work will never love you back."
Turns out, that annoying reminder to "update your software" is actually important.
People shared how to save on everything from cellphone plans to doggy dentists.
"I'm still not done paying for it monetarily and emotionally."
"Let them make mistakes when the stakes are low."
Student loan debt? Never heard of her.
Tell me what you want and what you really, really need.
Nope, nope, nope, please don't believe these "facts".
Don't let another outage take your business out.
People Are Sharing Tips For Living On Your Own For The First Time, And I Wish Someone Had Told Me This Stuff
"You need to be emotionally and financially prepared for some serious 'oh god, this one time…' stories."
Money fights just hit different.
"Just because you try and ignore your debt doesn’t mean it’ll go away (looking at you, student loans)."
"It's impossible to know where you're going if you don't know where you are."
It's in the stars!
You know Leslie Knope could find her way around a budgeting spreadsheet.
"Mistakes are a part of engaging with money. We get to decide if we want to learn from those mistakes or if we'll allow them to take us down a shame spiral."
Everyone starts from somewhere.