While most people’s first reaction after a car crash is to panic, it’s important to know how to keep it together if you want to avoid making a bad situation even worse; this includes having the clarity to know who to contact after an accident, and how to take down the right details for an … … Continue reading
Last week I was having a conversation with an acquaintance who just moved to Central Park Towers, a luxury building right on Central Park West in Manhattan, i.e. my dream location… if I had a million dollars. Considering that she too is an unemployed actress, and we were having this conversation at an audition, I asked … … Continue reading
My neighbors regularly ask me how I get my son to eat healthy foods. "My kids just won't eat vegetables! How do you get your son to eat them?" They are also surprised to find that my son eats a variety of foods that many American children don't eat, including foods from India, Mexico, Thailand, ...
It seems like a straightforward lesson to teach, right? You either need it or you don’t. Yet much of what we all consider necessary for our everyday life either didn’t exist or wasn’t considered a need just one generation ago. Some of you may take umbrage at things I consider wants, and that is OK. Everyone … … Continue reading
Each and every year, tuition costs for colleges and universities across North America increase. Students now more than ever are graduating into a life of student loan payments, debt, and economic uncertainty. Generation Y are more educated than generations prior, and there is a common notion that a degree is now worth what a high school … … Continue reading
Welcome to another edition of the Carnival of Personal Finance. There is so much information out there about what we should do with our money, that it can get overwhelming. Where do you start with the reading? Well this week I have tried to provide you with 10 reads on money that I feel are … … Continue reading