This post is somewhat imitative of Anna’s “Guys Not to Date” post, and partially inspired by this oh-so-true GQ article about Facebook friends you hate–especially Pedestrian Details Lady, am I right?!??! We’re all old enough now that it’s not unusual to find yourself socializing with a bunch of couples. Sometimes,
“How do you handle finances in a relationship between two people with totally different incomes?” -Chirabo
I am extremely excited to announce the release of The Delicious Card! Delicious cardholders get awesome deals at over 30 of your favorite SF eateries! Membership is a great way to explore new places, support local businesses, and support local journalism.
While being young, broke and beautiful is all well and good, some people’s finances are more jacked than others. That’s why we’ve invited Betsy Crouch (aka Coach $izzle) to come onboard and dole out some much needed advice. She is a professional financial coach after all. If you’ve got a
Ah, the old Facebook relationship status feature: at once a a source of drama, a pathetic attention-seeking strategy, and hotbed of facts you never wanted to know about your boss, highschool classmate you haven’t talked to in ten years, or “frenemy” you don’t have the balls to de-friend. What
Sometimes when you meet people there are things about them that allow you to quickly identify them as a “loser”. But that’s not what this is about. Today I’m talking about things people do once you’ve moved beyond the getting to know each other stage and have been dating for