Natasha Burton

Consumer, Culture, Relationships and Wellness

Natasha Burton is a relationship expert and journalist who regularly writes for Maxim,,,, and, among other publications. She previously worked as a blogger for, a staff writer at The Huffington Post, and an editor at The author of two relationship titles, 101 Quizzes for Couples and The Little Black Book of Big Red Flags, she's regularly called on as a dating expert by various media outlets around the world. She holds a Master's degree in creative non-fiction writing from the University of Southern California and lives in Santa Barbara, CA.

How to Start a Business With Your Friend — and Stay Friends

A number of big name businesses in a number of industries are run by pairs of close friends — from the fashion-forward pals who launched Juicy Couture nearly a decade ago, to the moms (and BFFs) with a passion for healthy snacks who founded...

Save Money on Your Summer Plans

How to cut costs on special events — from giving gifts to getting there

11 Money Saving Habits That Can Cost You

Trying to cut costs in your daily budget is a valiant — and often necessary — practice. A few dollars saved here and there can amount to a sizeable sum over time, after all. But how you save can make a big difference in how much you save. Because...

Is Negative Thinking Keeping You From Getting Rich?

While I like to think that I have a pretty healthy relationship with money — I save, I try to stick to a budget (key word: try) — I still have nagging negative thoughts about my income and what I choose to do with it. And I’m not alone. No matter...

Reality TV in the Best Sense

It’s only just begun, but there’s strong evidence already that 2014 could be a banner year for powerful women. Janet Yellen was confirmed this month to chair the Federal Reserve. Hillary Clinton is likely to launch a much-anticipated presidential...

When Bargain Shopping Is Bad for Your Budget

There are few things I love more than finding a good deal.   This passion of mine took root early: As a middle schooler and teen, I would often accompany my mom on trips to discount stores like Ross and T.J. Maxx to partake in what we called...

Whittle Your Waistline, Not Your Bank Account

January is the quintessential month for wellness, as many of us vow that this will be the year we lose those five pounds — or at least start exercising regularly. (In the wake of all that holiday indulging — and subsequent lounging — it's no...

Awkward! How to Handle Sticky Money Situations

There are few things that come between friends and family members as easily as money. From neglecting to pay back borrowed funds to dividing the tab on dinners (or cabs, vacations, you name it), cash can cause friction and hurt feelings. In my...


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