The first year out of college was the worst year of my life. I hated my job, only made the minimum wage, moved 5 times, broke up with my boyfriend of three-and-a-half years, and lived in constant fear of the D.C. sniper, who killed three people in my neighborhood. It took a full year to recover…Read More
I was 33 when I stopped remembering the price of every item I bought.
My college roommate went to a top-tier graduate school, married a man from means, and consistently made twice my salary. She was about the same age when she felt financially secureRead More
Stagnating wages, job insecurity and the rising costs of education and housing have birthed a movement. In it lifestyle designers prescribe entrepreneurship, investment and location independence for becoming the new rich, an alternative to the traditional view of the American Dream…Read More