Is It Wrong to Use a Coupon on the First Date?

Is It Wrong to Use a Coupon on the First Date?

A couple days ago I was researching ways to save money on a first date for an upcoming article and stumbled upon this tip — never use a coupon on the first date. Immediately, I thought the tip was outdated — especially since it seems like ...

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Money Lessons with a Pastry Chef!

Money Lessons with a Pastry Chef!

For part 3 of our Money Lessons series, I had the pleasure of interviewing Chef Jone, a pastry chef here in San Francisco. From growing up with a mom who loved to cook, to affording groceries, to taking his love ...

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3 Tips to Improve Your Financial Reputation

3 Tips to Improve Your Financial Reputation

When you need financial help, going to family or friends may be your only choice. Not everyone can save a 3 to 6 month cash cushion. And sometimes, a credit card isn’t an option — especially if you don’t have credit in your name or ...

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Why We Need Failure.

Why We Need Failure.

In light of recent events in my life, I decided to do head in a direction I typically don’t touch on here… that is, personal reflection. I’ve failed at things, stuff, ideas, projects, jobs so many times in my life, ...

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Four Financial Lessons Learned After a Canceled Flight

Four Financial Lessons Learned After a Canceled Flight

In the 22 years that I’ve been traveling by air, I hadn’t dealt with any major issues – until last week. And I must say, I learned a few valuable financial lessons from this experience. My husband and I went on vacation from September 19 to September 26. ...

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