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When a Feminist Dates a Rich Guy...

When you’re used to paying your own way, sharing your life with a man in the 1 percent can be a challenge. For the better part of last year, I dated a man in a much higher socioeconomic class. And though I didn’t expect him to pay my way,...

Why It’s Cool to Invest in Girls

Learn what it really means to invest in girls, including why it matters and what’s coming.

How Focusing on Your Divorce Settlement Makes You a Better Mom

Divorce puts a strain on more than your finances — it can also challenge your relationship with your children.

Do You Have Money Anxiety Disorder?

Learn how to cope with money stress before it takes a toll on your daily life

6 Habits to Make You Happier

Perhaps we’re thinking about happiness in the wrong way. It’s an attitude, yes, and some of us are genetically happier people, but it’s also a byproduct of very specific habits we do consciously or subconsciously throughout our lives. And while...

Why I Never Wanted Kids

I’ve never wanted kids. I like to joke that I am “more of a dog person,” but when it comes to children the truth is plain and simple: I just don’t want them. And I never have. I don’t judge those who have one or two or three mini-thems. I don’t...

'The Real Housewives' Aren't Housewives

Nearly 10 years after the Real Housewives franchise debuted on Bravo, it’s pretty safe to say that the “housewives” are not housewives. These ladies work. Brandi Glanville is a New York Times best-selling author. Vicki Gunvalson is the founder...

5 Steps for a Financially Successful Divorce

Secure your financial future by taking the right steps now

How to Save Money by Eating Well

Healthy eating doesn’t have to break the bank.

First Financial Steps for the Newly Single

My general rule to the newly single is to never make irreversible financial decisions during the first year after a divorce.  But shortly after my own divorce was final, I put my house on the market and traded in my SUV for a more economical...