I was watching an interesting YouTube video about life being short and how to spend our limited time, and there I stumbled across an interesting chart - data on who we spend our time with across different social groups (family, friends, partner, coworkers, etc.) and how that changes over time. While this data is based… Continue reading Who do we spend the most amount of our time with?
Insurance Companies: Leave Me Alone, Please!
Like a responsible 25-year-old adult, I decided to finally look into life insurance. So, on this rare morning when I feel like I have my life together, I decide to check what the premium of a life insurance policy for me will be. I go to two of the most well-known life insurers, let's call… Continue reading Insurance Companies: Leave Me Alone, Please!
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Things I Wish I Knew Before I Started My First Job: Money Edition I
Yes, there a going to be a *couple* editions since NO ONE EVER TAUGHT US ANYTHING WE ACTUALLY NEEDED TO KNOW.So, hello, welcome, my fresh graduates or soon to be graduates, or those overachieving 12th graders reading this. And of course the folks like me, lingo-ing their way in the first few years of “adulting”… Continue reading Things I Wish I Knew Before I Started My First Job: Money Edition I
Book Review: Such A Fun Age By Kiley Reid
It’s been a while since I read a contemporary 4-star book! And not to sound like a book snob or whatever, but I’m very anal about how many stars I give to a book. It manages to talk about a lot of important things such as racism and the financial implications of adulting without it… Continue reading Book Review: Such A Fun Age By Kiley Reid