Chicago is making headlines right now in two cutting edge, money-related ways at once.
If you want a house that will ruin you for everywhere else you’ll ever live, go to a women’s college.
Why shouldn’t we pay taxes on our monthly Netflix bill the same way we pay taxes on Steam games?
“I have an emergency fund. It’s actually named “What Would Mike Dang Do?” so I don’t access it unless really necessary.”
There was an infestation of squirrels in the home. Teeth marks still scarred the built-ins.
Volunteering is something I firmly support and have structured some of my field of study around, especially when it comes to figuring out how to engage people in my age bracket with their Instagramming and networking and fast-paced outcome-oriented outlook (I’m only being a little facetious). Each Memorial Day weekend, Chicago’s Active Transportation Alliance puts on a huge fundraiser for the organization and summer kickoff, Bike the Drive.
How’d you spend your last $100, Lauren?
Writer, comedian, and Chicago native Samantha Irby came to New York last week to read from her debut book of essays, Meaty. On her much-loved blog Bitches Gotta Eat, Irby shares “what i learned about new york during my first ever trip there last tuesday.”