Is Your Child Money Wise?

Here’s a handy infographic to help you teach your child about money.

3 Ways to Reduce Spending for the Holidays

I love to give the gift of time rather than an item for birthdays or holidays. The holidays are a stressful time of year. There are parties to attend and throw, gifts to buy and wrap (and put on a credit card), decorations to buy and put up. There are cookies to bake, candy to […]

When UN Climate Talks Hit Home

How will climate change affect men and their families in the long run? Brittni Brown poses this ever-evolving question.

Beauty, Money, & America

Cameron Russell’s TEDTalk is the paramount of authenticity and a remarkable deconstruction of one of the myths upon which America was founded.

The Luxury of Two Beers at the End of the Day

Forget a new house or car and forget Paris. What if we all had the freedom to enjoy just a few extra beers?

Parenting is Cool But Also Stressful in Times of Crisis

What one guy learned about fear from balancing financial, emotional, and political stress while becoming a father

10 Ways To Learn More About Your Intimate Other

Steven Lake realizes the more he learns about his partner, the more he learns about himself.

Simplifying: Living With Less Can Leave Us With More

How a dot-com millionaire and a former missionary family have found greater riches in voluntary simplicity.

Financial Reality Following Divorce

There’s no way around it. We have to change our mindset regarding money after we divorce.

How to Ask for Money for Your Wedding

Tips for newly engaged couples on asking friends and family to contribute.

Corporate Firefighters

Kevin Buckholtz’s workplace is not on fire. So why are his co-workers always “putting out fires”?

It’s All Just A Little Bit Of History Repeating …

Seán Flynn on the end of American Empire, and how the internet is more like the Catholic Church than you imagined.

Blackmail in the Digital Age

How would one conduct blackmail in the digital age, in which the idea of an ‘original copy’ is meaningless? Carl Pettit considers this theoretical dilemma.

One Dollar, Two

This is a mad-capped, in-the-tradition-of-modern-art depiction of a notice I received from my bank, Wells Fargo, telling me that my account had, imagine, been inexplicably compromised, but through the bank’s humble, heroic and unremunerated efforts, no one was able to pilfer from me the $4.27 I keep in my checking account, so that I might feel secure.

Ah, Newspaper Stands, I Remember Them Well 4.

We are not going to be seeing these things much longer, as much as we might long for and love and adore the past.

News Boxes

In 1966, at 6 a.m. in the morning (sic), Jimmy Day and I used to deliver The Washington Post newspapers to the residents of the McLean Gardens Apartments over there at Van Ness Street and Wisconsin Avenue in Tenleytown upper-Northwest Washington D.C. USA.