A True Professional Would Sleep In the Car

Continuing the discussion of microhousing, living close to the office to accommodate the endless workday, and gentrifying behaviors that are unavailable to people who are actually homeless.

Cracking Down On Gambling Grandmas And Geeks

Who cares what grown ass people do with their discretionary income?

Adele Breaks Records/Our Hearts By Making Her Bonus Tracks Unavailable to Download

Adele’s latest album has broken a first-week sales record, selling more than 2.4 million albums since Friday. But if you want three of her tracks, you’ll have to head to a Target.

Wheezy Waiter Asks: Can Money Buy Happiness? Can It Even Buy Retirement?

Even if you win a million dollars in the lottery, you’re still going to have to worry about funding your retirement.

The Cost of Upgrading To A Full-Size Christmas Tree

Since my boyfriend and I have moved into our own place, we finally have the space to get a full-sized Christmas tree, and because this will be my first year not working retail during the holidays, I will also finally get some time to enjoy it.

Why Have Housing When You Can Have Micro-Housing

This seems to be where we are headed, those of us living in urban areas—all the way through to our senior years.

You Can’t Always Get What You Want, Real Estate Edition

We shot for the moon, bidding on a house in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, and when we missed, we landed on our asses, busted & bruised.

Talking to Rosianna Halse Rojas, John Green’s Producing Partner, About Debt Management

“I knew from the first day of university that debt would be hanging over my head, but I don’t think it was until I graduated that I really began to comprehend how much of a battle it would feel to get out of it.”

In Charge of a Thanksgiving Side

American Thanksgiving seemed to come suddenly this year, and I didn’t make plans until very recently, when a handful of my “orphaned” friends asked me if I was interested in having Thanksgiving with them, and I said, yes, of course, just tell me what to bring.

If Disney Princesses Were Debt Types

Urban Institute reports that 89 percent of Americans with credit records fall into one of six debt categories. So do Disney Princesses.