Definitely Not Good News
This week: Eating and arresting.
I’ve covered a Democratic and Republican national convention, a couple of Space Shuttle launches, and music festivals in Istanbul and the Cayman Islands. What did they have in common? At some level, they were all about money. Now I’m a PFE-certified debt management professional who’s cut out the middleman and writes about money for a living. Sometimes that means explaining the difference between DTI and DMP. Other times, it means writing about student loan memes.
This week: Eating and arresting.
This week: We don’t take our own good advice.
Some lovely stats for your Valentine’s Day weekend.
A new poll reveals how parents think about money. It involves Star Wars.
This week: Are employees tolerant, lazy, hardworking, or vindictive? Yes.
This week: Numbers we’d prefer to keep secret, for obvious reasons.
This week: From confetti to car accidents.
This week: stolen cars, lonely decorating, and time off from work.
This week: Kids get hurt. A lot.
This week: You won’t believe how big these numbers are, especially the one about gym memberships.
This week: Cattle, milk, cottage cheese, and ice cream.
What we would give up to acquire other things.
Big and small numbers that make you go, “Oh no…”
The Fed Chair’s latest speech signals good times – and maybe higher interest rates.
At least it’s not getting fired. But: ugh.
This week: Old people, pet treats, and spa visits.
This week: We hate to clean up after ourselves — and especially others
This week: How much money fun costs.
This week: If you answer “no,” you’re probably a dude.
Our favorite answer: Marrying the wrong person.
This week: All about pets.
This week: If it wasn’t for the paycheck, would we do this at all?
This week: If we’re killed while looking at our phones, when will we figure it out?
If another recession is looming, this is your warning.
This week: These numbers are funnier when compared to other numbers.
This week: We can’t get over these under-the-weather stats.
This week: What blondes, moms, and gymnasts prefer to eat.
This week: Angry, paranoid, and tired.
Your phone is probably smarter than you are.
I didn’t vote for him, but I also don’t complain about him.
This week: Are computers hackers really smart? Or are we really stupid?
This week: What we eat, how we eat it, and what we feel guilty about.
This week: Can humanity be saved?
This week: Drinking and dying.
This week: Living to work, or working to live?
This week: Do you love your job? Do you love someone at your job? Do you want a new job?
This week: These zeroes ain’t heroes.
This week: Science marches forward, but sometimes it stomps on our heads.
This week: Forget evolution, we’re getting dumber. Check out the third stat for confirmation.
This week: International Women’s Day is Wednesday. Here’s how we celebrate.
This week: There’s no place like home, which might be too bad.
This week: Legal or not (and some aren’t), you’re better off not being one of these statistics.
This week: It’s the Super Bowl of eating and spending.
This week: Talk about First World problems. These are even less important.
This week: You can’t wrap your head around these numbing numbers.
Here’s a theory with something for everyone — to hate.
This week: It doesn’t make sense, but it’s both funny and sad. Mostly sad, though.
This week: the holidays are over, thank God.
This week: Whew, glad that’s over.
This week: Children shouldn’t be seen OR heard.
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