I'm a freelance writer, copywriter, & blogger. Senior editor at The Billfold, contributor to The Write Life, The Freelancer, The Content Strategist, Popular Science, and more.
The first thing you need to understand is that the cats have won.
It was pretty much exactly what I expected, actually. A comfortable, well-organized, well-lit bookstore focusing on popular titles while simultaneously highlighting the popularity of these titles.
The end goal is to live long enough to watch capitalism be dismantled so I can continue to make art and take care of the regrettable physical necessities like eating and shelter.
It would cost you roughly $3,100 to build your 500-book library.
I hope we’re all hearing “exTREEEEME!!!!!!” in our heads right now.
Could I recreate my career path today, if I were a recent college graduate with no money and only a smattering of work-related skills?
How to go from $30,000 in debt to early retirement.
Some of us will be freelancers and others of us will be employees and all of us will be competing with robots.
children from the Metro Atlanta Boys and Girls Clubs are asked “the toughest question they’d face this Christmas season:” whether to keep a dream gift for themselves, or exchange it for a dream gift to give their parents.
You get a call center of people employing scripts designed to break down your objections and earn your trust. What you don’t get is a job.
If profit margins don't go down, what happens next?
My Best Self in 2016: A Totally Achievable List of ...
I’m starting to get very excited about this plan.
Would you advise someone else to do what you did? Do you think it’s a great way to pay down student debt?