How do you decide which friends get gifts, which friends get cards, and which friends get that Bath and Body Works sack of hand lotion that you have stashed away to regift to someone?
Still looking for that last-minute holiday gift for a child aged 9-12? I recently received a review copy of How to Start Your Very First Business, the newest book in the Warren Buffett’s Secret Millionaires Club series.
I am trying to find the balance between splurging and really needing to replace long-worn out items. Where is it?
Check out Fast Company’s newest comedy sketch featuring the terrible gifts we are likely to receive from our Office Secret Santas this year. (It is very, very familiar.)
Do you think children should be able to buy expensive gadgets that their peers cannot afford? Does it make a difference that this child saved for the purchase?
It’s Thursday, which means it’s time to Do 1 Thing.
Because you’ll read a lot of hate-takes on this Washington Post article today.
Finland is testing a new basic income plan that would, if successful, give people a flat amount of money every month.
Langellier doesn’t say exactly how much debt he has, but he does say that it is in the “tens of thousands.” He begins working as a trucker in October 2014; by April 2015, the debt is paid off.
“I thought he was donating it to charity,” she said, and Logan launched into a detailed explanation of what Mark Zuckerberg had done with his $45 billion, and why it was all designed to benefit him in the end.