How One-Way Friendships Leave You Broke
It’s fine to splurge on friends or to help when they’re in need but not if it puts you in a bind or it’s a sign of a bigger problem with your friendship.
Here's What We Learned From Running Australia’s Biggest Millennial Money Survey
Basically things are grim.
We’re Running Australia’s Biggest Millennial Money Survey
We promise there are no avocado jokes. Just a serious look at how you feel about wealth, class, and how indebted we all are.
How to Do Office Banter Without Accidentally Doing Hatespeech
It’s tricky! But I think we can do it.
Making People Laugh for a Living Sucks
The horrible, depressing life of a traveling comedian.
John McManus Wrote the Best Short Story About a Thomas Jefferson Clone You’ll Read This Year
We spoke to the author of "Fox Tooth Heart" about his long break from publication and why shame is the most powerful and revealing emotion.
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A College in Virginia Wants Merriam-Webster to Change Their Definition of 'Success'
Strayer University thinks that the official definition of "success" is outdated and is taking strides to change it.
Jon Mikl Thor, the Canadian DIY Thunder God Who Was Almost a Rock Star
The He-Man lookalike reflects on his career as a bodybuilder, musician, and actor.
The Secret of KEN Mode's 'Success'
The noisy hardcore band quit their jobs to focus on their new album, 'Success.'
Seattle's Success Prove Buying Flowers Is Cool, Even for Bearded Gruff-Punks
Listen to "Flowers" and feel good about that bouquet you're carrying.
Is Success Having a Stranger Tattoo Something I Wrote on His Body?
Some guy is getting a quote of something I wrote tattooed on his body. This is a dream come true for a younger me, but now I'm not sure if I'd call this success.
The 'Long Live Southbank' Campaign Saved the UK's Most Iconic Skate Park
After a 17-month campaign, a community lobby group started by a bunch of London skaters managed to save the Southbank Undercroft skate park from redevelopment.