Women, don't be another statistic. It's time to forge ahead on these critical money matters, or face retiring in poverty.
Money can't buy happiness? Maybe you just don't know where to shop.
Retirement planning makes everyone a little nervous, but for women, there's more at stake — a lot more. Are you saving enough?
If you've got some money to spare, why not consider a donation? These five charities are proven to put your generosity to the best possible use.
Whether you're short money or time, the lack impairs your ability to think clearly and find abundance. A new way of looking at scarcity may offer a way out.
Simply being poor can add to a family's cost of living. But the solution isn't necessarily increasing wealth...it's improving skills.
Whenever people try to support themselves through their art, the bohemian lifestyle appears out of the resulting poverty and freedom.
A long time ago, I had an idea. I was working a regular job, but I realized that what I wanted to do was be a writer. I figured that I could make some money writing, but not necess
The USDA has just released a cool new data visualization tool called Your Food Environment Atlas. If you're interested in poverty, food security, or the related public policy issue
I think so. To me, living large is about the breadth and width of my life, not about how high I can pile up stuff. If that is how you want to live large, you'll find a lot of
First, apologies for the blatantly provocative title (although I do make good on it). But did you know that some people prefer to be homeless? I know, sounds crazy right? But I was
Nobody wants to be poor. It's a dangerous and constrained position to be in. But there are people out there (me, for instance) who are relatively happy to live at a fairly low st
A certain level of comfort above the minimum for survival has always been considered necessary for a "decent" standard of living. Just how much is a social construction.
Twenty years ago, I parked at a supermarket, near where a poor family had just parked. I knew they were poor, because they looked like poor folks are supposed to look: Their clot
I have spent a good portion of my young life being poor. Growing up on a small family farm during the agriculture crises in the 80’s gave me perspective on what poverty really mean
The first person I met who practiced voluntary simplicity didn't call it that, and I didn't understand what she was doing until many years later. [more]
An insightful reprint of Wray Herbert's moving article, "Will Work for Food: The Primal Connection Between Food and Personal Finance."
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