I finished Suze Orman’s book “The Money Book for the Young, Fabulous & Broke” last night (herein referred to as YF&B). I’d like to give my hopefully-better-than-lackluster review of it. Basically, the book goes through all of the questions and assumptions a 20-30 something might have about money when they’re just starting to take an […]
The Carnival of Customer Service #3 is up over at CRM Lowdown. My article about Emigrant Direct is featured, so go check it out!
I had a fairly aggravating conversation with a friend of mine last night. My friends are nice people, but not a one of them has a clue about money. Of course, this all started because of our sweet, dear college – it usually does. My friend’s problem was that the school had switched from paper […]
Pretty much since the time I returned home in mid-December, I’ve been offered a job as a cashier at an office supply store. I have been hesitant to take this job, because it’s just that – a job, and not a career. I know I can’t expect a “career” right now. I left school, and […]
More than anything, I hate posts that say “This is just a post to say I’m not posting today!” But yeah, here is one. I’ve sat down at the computer dozens of times in the past two days, but I can’t ever seem to squeeze more than half an entry out. So, I guess I’ll […]