Recently I had the pleasure of dragging roughly 1,387 pounds of extra clothing (what? I’ve got a big closet) to a cluster of consignment shops across town, where I planned to unload the rarely worn ponchos and the fat pants in exchange for sweet, sweet cash. Unfortunately, I was uneducated
Once a week we present Broke-Ass Porn. It’s visually stimulating material for the financially impaired. If this shit doesn’t get you going, you’re not as broke as you thought.
In celebration of my 20th year in SF, I am extremely excited to announce Slouching Towards Neverland: 20 years of Writing About San Francisco. Here’s a quick rundown: – This limited edition, hand-signed, new zine covers my two decades of writing about this strange and beautiful city. – Besides well known
Kimberly Palmer, author of Generation Earn: The Young Professional’s Guide to Spending, Investing, and Giving Back was recently profiled in the New York Times. The whole thing about her book/her deal is that she says that young adults in can save 1/3 or 1/4 of their income if they do
‘œMoney sucks’ is a phrase that I often angrily exclaim as I check my bank balance, cut my rent check, or buy….pretty much anything. Even with a 9-to-5 desk job, times are tight and sometimes one needs a little supplemental income to get past the necessities. A trick that I’ve
Hear me out guys, ok? Because I’m about to tell you some crazy shit right now. There is currently $10,000 worth of gold coins hidden somewhere in the City of New York. All we know so far is that it wasn’t hidden in Central Park and that pirate puppets are
Once a week we present Broke-Ass Porn. It’s visually stimulating material for the financially impaired. If this shit doesn’t get you going, you’re not as broke as you thought
Remember in the 90’s when coffee became a Thing? It was a tumultuous time in the culture: the heyday of Ross and Rachel, of the musical RENT! of Raising Awareness About Everything and flat-ironing the living shit out of your hair. It was also when s going to a “coffeehouse”
Sometimes this can feel stressful when you don’t feel like you have the funds to buy gifts, or the friend expecting the baby has registered for many expensive baby things. Also, you may feel resistant to buying something from a large store that feels impersonal. After hearing from friends that they received 5 times as much stuff as they needed for the first 6 months of their child’s life, it is motivating to think of other things that would be helpful and meaningful.