It’s Thursday, which means it is time to Do 1 Thing, ah, ah, ah!
Parks and Rec has always been about ambition and aspiration, and I didn’t realize until very recently just how much it was about financial aspiration as well.
Twenty-five percent of survey respondents are already homeowners (yay!) and 41 percent of repondents state that homeownership is one of their life goals.
“We were surprised by how fast everything happened. We weren’t planning to buy something so quickly, but ended up finding the right house in the right location and at the right price.”
Today is National Adjunct Walkout Day, and it seems like the worries about campus security were unwarranted.
Do you know how to construct a perfect selfie? Can you make an image look vibrant, lively, FOMO- and envy-enducing, and—most of all—flattering? More importantly, can you take an average selfie that someone snapped off Instagram and retouch it to include all of those qualities while still hashtagging it #nofilter?
If so, you might be cut out for a freelance career in professional selfie retouching.
Sixty-five percent of survey respondents identify as Millennials in the first pie chart, but a full eighty-two percent of our respondents are Millennials once we include the people who grudgingly admit that, yes, they were born after 1980.
I love the idea of giving kids “one dollar per year of age per week,” because I would have been able to do so much with that money.
This week, we’re looking at the results of our Billfold 10-Question Housing Survey. Today, I’m pairing together questions about where our readers live, and which recent Billfold real estate feature is most like their current living situation.