Making Money in Real Estate: Crazy / Not Crazy / If Trump Can Do It …

I don’t really know anyone who does this, who puts money in real estate rather than mutual funds, who buys property beyond the property they need to live in. Anyone besides Donald Trump, I guess I should say, and he’s not exactly my kind of role model.

5 Ways the Wedding Industry Is Plotting to Destroy Us

Take it slow, because whatever numbers you and your fiance have come up with will be quickly obliterated.

The Money Affirmations Experiment

What would happen if we said Money Affirmations for a week?

Radio Recaps: StartUp Podcast Ep. 6, “How to Value Your Start Up”

#6 is the first episode that discusses, on a meta level, the effect the podcast — created to document but also promote the fledgling venture — has on the venture itself.

In Search of Lost Money and How it Just Got Easier

your money could be waiting for you right now, like little orphan Annie in the window of Miss Hannigan’s singing the wistful song, “Maybe.”

Advice for Retirement: Invest in a Metal Detector

Why You Should Buy Thanksgiving Tickets Now

Link Roundup!: Sleep You Need vs Sleep You Get; Podcast Love

Professor Dumpster Still Trying To Make Dumpster Happen

Baby Carrots, Evil or The Most Evil?

Producing a Beyoncé-themed Burlesque Show on a Budget

It wasn’t long after I became friends with burlesque star and producer Calamity Chang through freelance work that I came up with the idea for Beylesque, a Beyoncé burlesque show to take place on or around the pop diva’s 33rd birthday. “It could be huge!” I said. “It’s underground meets mainstream pop. You could serve birthday cupcakes and have a dance-off/twerkout during intermission.”

Battle of the Budgets: YNAB or Mint?

Just Because You Have a Standing Desk Doesn’t Mean You Can’t Sit Down

What It Costs to DIY A First Book Tour

People take you seriously in the business world only when you take yourself seriously. By pouring my money and my life into this book tour, I was merely being my own best boss.

Negotiating Contracts When You Can’t Afford a Lawyer

The latest post inScratch‘s Anatomy of a Decision series on their blog is by Alexis Clements, who writes about her decision let someone adapt her play internationally. She walks us through the initial offer, her second thoughts, the decision, and her feelings about it. It is AWESOME.