A long time ago the wife of an old friend requested to connect on LinkedIn. Now I use LinkedIn frequently to keep in touch with old and new coworkers. As soon as I get to know someone relatively well, I request to connect with them so we can keep in touch when they leave […]
My family hasn’t had cable for seven years – and we’re in good company. Today one out of every seven families has cut the cord, according to research by the Pew Research Center. And the pace of cutting out cable has increased dramatically every year, predicted to reach one in five families by 2018. Cable […]
Overall, Pound Foolish is not one of my favorite personal finance books. Although the author makes some good points, there’s an unfortunate amount of criticism of famous financial personalities, and discussion about how it’s impossible to financially get ahead for ordinary people. This is obviously not how I think about personal finance and investing, so […]
In the first part of this series, I wrote about saving time and money on back to school shopping as a working mom. In this part, I’m going to expand some more on how to save money – especially if you have more time some years. I’d like to share with you 11 ways […]
This year, the back to school shopping list was (as usual) huge for my middle schooler. Pencils, pens, white out, binders, paper, notebooks – the list went on and on. As a full time working mom, I don’t have time to shop around for the best deals on all these items. Nor do I want […]
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