The good news is that there are a number of cost-control methods new parents can employ when raising children. Here are some tips that may help.
Amanda Eisenberg is stepping down as She Spends editor, effective May 25.
I finally figured out how to not look like a dweeb when I put my carry-on in the overhead compartment. Let my past mistakes be our guide as we look at how I packed for an overnight business trip.
Globalization, or the connection of businesses around the world, could prompt digital currency like bitcoin to become the global standard instead of the U.S. Dollar.
I am a queer/fat/disabled/non-binary person, but I am white and tend to present myself well. There are not many people in STEM or specifically IT/Tech who have similar experiences to mine
Our affiliate Ellevest is working on a new initiative to change the way women work within our financial system.
It is hard enough to find a job as an American with an undergraduate degree, but if you’re foreign? Girl, bye.
“Managing distractions is my BIGGEST challenge. I'm a huge fan of putting in headphones and ignoring everyone to get my work done. The best way for me to manage it is to focus on what I'm doing well and not feeling guilty for taking a break. I try to live by 30 minutes straight of hard work, and then a five-minute break to go get water or coffee or check my phone.”
Today things are going to get a real at She Spends. We’re talking about mental illness, and the financial stressors it can cause. While we don’t get deep on trauma, this post could be triggering. Just a warning before you dive in!
She Spends' guide to reducing waste, as sourced by our community.
Remember when we talked about socially responsible investments? We’re happy to share that investing in causes you care about has become a bit easier, thanks to Ellevest.
We have awesome news! ModCloth selected us as one of four finalists in its Giving Contest. The contest winners receive $4,500 in grant money to grow their projects, which would be huge for She Spends.
If you’ve finally found a face mask you like, it can be tough to keep it in stock in your medicine cabinet, especially if it’s more pricey. Here are some of my suggestions for buying in bulk.
Thank you to everyone who came out to the IA&A at Hillyer for our event with the Judy Greenwald Fund. It was so cool to meet so many women from our D.C. community in real life! It felt serendipitous that one of the pieces of art on the wall was called “Women in Labor,” which featured women working. For those who were unable to attend, we wanted to share a brief recap.
A big part of skincare is face masking, whether it’s to pamper yourself or if your skin is unruly and needs a lot of clay and sheet masks to keep it in line. Either way, the spa days and products can get expensive. Fortunately, a lot of quality masks can be found for cheap, sometimes in unexpected places.
You’ve seen pieces on how to wear designer clothes on a budget and you’re probably no stranger to the T.J. Maxx and Marshall, but finding Stuart Weitzman heels for less than $100 still eludes you.
Sample sales are one way to access your favorite designer brands for less. It’s also my favorite way to collect interesting garments that I would have never been able to afford at full price (a $2,000 coat, even with a 90% discount, is still $200).
Toners, which are an astringent that can improve the texture and oiliness of your skin, already contain similar ingredients found in a grocery store but cost double or triple the price.