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Talking about Money with Your Friends

Would you tell a friend what you earn? How much debt you have? Despite how much you share with friends about the rest of your life, money remains a weirdly taboo topic. And that’s a shame, says financial therapist Amanda Clayman. Just as you turn...

Three Steps to Abundance

Ever feel like you’re constantly striving for financial abundance, but can’t get there? It’s time for a new perspective on abundance itself. Follow these three steps to recalibrate your money mindset and boost your bank account: Check your...

My Fiance and I Crunch Our Numbers

Armed with detailed spreadsheets and statements—I recently had the “let’s combine our finances” talk with my new fiancé. Gulp. Despite past conversations about our income levels—I earn more—and some other issues, we’d never really bared our...

Time to Reset Summer Spending Limits

Whether you’re in back-to-school or back-to-business mode, this first week of fall is a tough transition, especially around spending. You’ve got all the expenses of resuming school and work—clothes, fees, commuting passes, lunch money. And you’re...

How I Got Over My Chronic Underearning

How to describe these last few weeks with my money guides, the Money Fix and Barbara Stanny whispering in my ear every day? Since my last post, in which I faced up to decades of underearning patterns, I’ve learned how to take steps not only...

Michelle Singletary’s Advice to Kerry

When I first started working with Kerry as part of the DailyWorth Money Fix, Kerry’s marriage was ending, her husband was planning to move to Texas with their two daughters, ages 7 and 9—and Kerry intended to stay in Alaska, in part to finish her...

Taking DailyWorth from Community to Movement

Hellooooo everyone! The heat has finally broken here in Philly, and I’m feeling a bit revolutionary.Did I ever share with you why I started DailyWorth? The idea emerged from a combination of experiences: awe of the super-women in my life, and a...

Don't Put Your Raise in Jeopardy

You can’t read too much into human behavior on game shows. Or can you? Economists at the Swedish Institute for Social Research found that women who played against male opponents on the Swedish version of Jeopardy! tended to be less aggressive in...

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