Katherine Rose While we love the opportunity to dress up for the office, there's no denying we often dream of working from home in our pajamas all day. (Although, sometimes we doвЂ¦Don't tell the boss!) And it seems we're not the only ones. We are living in the age of the female entrepreneur. According to the 2012 U.
@Harperandharley We do everything on our phones, so when it comes to making some extra cash, why not do it on there, too? We've never been fans of making money by taking a survey or downloading apps that slow down our phone even moreвЂ¦so this new crop of
Anthony Bourdain is known for circling the globe in a quest to find the most-unusual foods and drinks imaginableВ and, as host of Travel Channel's No Reservations and CNN's Parts Unknown , has been spotted getting down and throwing back more than a few. So it seems only fitting that the adventurous chef and drinker would have amassed a broad knowledge of effective hangover cures.
Badlands Spending money after promising yourself you won't is an experience so universal it might as well be a rite of passage into adulthood. As any city-dweller or busy working mother can attest, the life cycle of a budget goes a little something like this: Spend money, feel guilty about spending money, create a budget, promise not to stray from said budget, buy a $15 salad for lunch instead, repeat.
Courtesy of CB2 Life commitments make it hard toВ actually hibernateВ during the winter months.В Despite the fact that delivery apps have made it easier to order virtually anything to your home-from food to clothes and even board games-you probably still have to show up to work, family holiday events, and possibly to aВ fitness class or two.
When it comes to your finances, do you take a head-on or head-in-the-sand approach? If you identify with the latter, then the good news is you're not alone. The bad news? You're not alone. New data suggests that when it comes to managing money, women are not as independent as you'd expect. In fact, 91% of women in heterosexual couples are not participating in financial decisions.