In an age where everyone and their grandmother has a blog, it’s easy to forget that running and maintaining a website professionally is work — and can cost beaucoup bucks.
For most of us, a semi-regular yard sale is merely an excuse to clean out the closets, perhaps lighten the load a bit before we move to our next house or apartment. The few bucks we pocket from these sales might fund the next housewarming party, but rarely would we look at them as a future career opportunity.
Unless, that is, you think like Aaron LaPedis.
Looking to save some green while going green? Start with your workspace. Follow these 9 expert tips from Natural Health magazine’s interview with the founders of OrganicWorks Marketing and green living author Danny Seo to quickly and painlessly make your office more environmentally friendly.
From mileage to moving costs, a quick and dirty rundown to eligible tax deductions for job-hunting expenses from the experts at Kiplinger’s Personal Finance.
Stability is soooo overrated. Who really enjoys having a steady, regular paycheck, anyway? I mean savings accounts? Ha! Lame-o! (Insert crying on the floor here.)
How’s your job hunt going? That good, eh? Me too. After a few months of searching and competing against countless candidates for each viable opportunity, it’s hard not to feel like giving in and crawling under a rock.
Commercial real estate brokers in New York City are getting resourceful in the face of empty rentals, thinking ahead to what’s next: a freelance economy, where collaboration is the catalyst for success, not corporations.
If only life were as simple as an episode of Friends. Whenever one of the show’s characters wanted to change jobs, the right answer just seemed to magically appear.
By now, you’ve probably already attended most of your holiday gatherings. You’ve eaten so many sugar cookies and downed so much eggnog that the once-fabulous frock you bought for New Year’s Eve is already two sizes too tight. You’ve seen the Facebook pics proving that you did, indeed, drunkenly straddle the inflatable Santa while sexy dancing to Mariah Carey’s Christmas hits.
For Barry Kelly, guitarist and songwriter for Boston- and Dublin-based band Midatlantic (formerly the Bleedin Bleedins), the road to fame was paved with pocket change. We caught up with the Irishman on the tail of Midatlantic’s new album release, and learned all the do’s and don’ts of building a band on a budget.