A Second Look at the Vicious Cycle of Divorce
I am one of those children of divorce who grew up only to get divorced myself. It is the typical Read more.
Getting Through It: A Story About Fashion
Sometimes, the oddest things can get you through The first weeks after our decision to separate, I walked around in Read more.
Guest Post by The Divorcierge: Get A Grip on Your Money!
Growing up I was always figuring out ways to save my allowance and have my parents pay for items that Read more.
The Hard Work of Getting Back to Work
One of the low points during those first post -split weeks came on a Friday afternoon when my twelve year-old Read more.
Divorce and the Family Car
Starting this week, I’m in hiding from Audi financial services. They’re coming after me, I know, because I’m on the Read more.
A Barter Life
At my first job, as a summer sales clerk at a hippy boutique, I befriended a woman coworker, who it Read more.
What Went Wrong? A story about plants. Mostly.
I gave them everything; the richest compost, careful misting twice a day, scrupulous weeding, and heaps of praise. Situated as Read more.
Can You Buy a Divorce for the Cost of a New Vacuum Cleaner? The Down and Dirty Divorce
I learned for certain that our marriage was on its way to extinction when I came across a memo to Read more.
Don’t Twist My Lug Nuts (or How to Really Change A Tire)
Tire tricks for solo travelers Summer is here, and for those of us traveling the highways as women alone, or Read more.
Clear Your Shed, Clear Your Head: 5 Steps to Reclaiming your Space
Start by setting a deadline. Need a push? Commit to host something: a clothing swap, a school function, a book Read more.
So, You Got the House! Three First Steps to Keeping it (Standing)
Phew. Except, now you are the only one responsible for not only making the payments on it, but for keeping Read more.