Have you ever felt anxious or left out when you see others having fun or participating in an activity you’re not a part of? If so, you may be experiencing FOMO, also known as norm matching. It’s a common feeling, but it’s important to understand its psychological impact on our behavior and mental health.
Have you ever found yourself in a situation where you've paid for a service or product, but you didn't receive what you were promised? Getting your money back can be a frustrating and time-consuming process, but there are several ways you can go about it. Here are some different methods for getting your money back.
Have you ever found yourself asking why everything seems to be getting more and more expensive? Because we definitely have. From groceries to gas prices, it seems like every day we are faced with rising costs. So let’s take a look at some of the reasons behind this misery and whether or not there is hope for the future 🤞
Here are 3 reasons why paying the minimum payment can hurt you, and why you should try to do more, if not pay the entire statement balance.
In this series, we’re going to make talking about money fun, by bringing in some psychology.
This is the age old question - does love and money go together, or are they meant to stay separate? Turns out, marriage leads to a lot of positive benefits with regards to money, and vice-versa (speaking about money actively helps with marriage).
Lot’s of people say, if you want to buy a home, just stop eating avocado toast! Now, we all know that’s absurd, and not the reason why most Americans feel they can’t afford a home. So what changes between the 1950’s and now?
In honor of the start of Black History Month, we’ve compiled a list of our favorite black financial content creators who we think you should follow.
It’s been stressful hearing about all of the layoffs in the news. Amazon, Google, Twitter, Microsoft, and many more, all announced massive layoffs recently. People who worked over 15 years were deactivated from their company accounts and sent packing. Layoffs can make those affected feel like they’ve failed, been betrayed, and a myriad of other emotions. On the other side, those who still have jobs likely feel anxious and fearful about their futures. Here’s how to deal with the anxiety of layoffs and to prep for your next job.
Are debt collectors the bane of your existence? Well look no further, because we have some tips for how to get them off your back.
In a society where we’re conditioned to dislike ourselves, forever on the pursuit of being better, thinner, fitter, having clearer skin, smarter, prettier… it’s not surprising that the overload of these standards are translating to our bank balances.
The best kind of loan is the one with 0 interest - however, usually the only ones willing to give you an interest free loan is a friend or family. Asking someone you love for money can feel shameful and embarrassing, and it’s not always the best possible option depending on your history, but it’s often better than taking out a high interest loan. Here are some tips on when and how to approach your family and friends for money.
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