I’ve mentioned before that I took down some of my posts while I was serving in a “further restricted” position on a rotation this year. Well, that ended over a month ago and so, now that I’m back to being
As you have undoubtedly heard, Washington, DC escaped most of Sandy’s destruction and we are headed back to work today (some as early as yesterday afternoon). The coastline was not as lucky, and many of our friends and yours are
It’s been a weird summer, and an even weirder week. Most of you know that I started a job rotation in late April, and that my husband moved away for the summer to take a fantastic yet far away internship.
1. Bon Iver + Bella and the Flecktones on shuffle is one great combo. 2. Tonight’s dinner of homemade hummus and fruit salad with pita chips is more nutritious than last night’s dinner of a margarita. But equally delicious. 3.
And apparently the scandal is about how to argue about theological differences OR maybe the scandal is about the definition of salvation or whether or not you can be Baptist and a Calvinist or something along those lines. And apparently
I’ve been thinking a lot about student loan repayment since I started my research about how it works, and while I don’ t have another “gripping” (ha!) installment of SLR information for you today, I wanted to share what’s been
Okay, we’re back to the surprisingly serious blog series I accidentally started this week. This is Part 3, so be sure to check out Part 1 and Part 2 so you are up to speed. One of the most important
Loans are risky. When you take out a loan, a bank isn’t guaranteed any profits. If you take out a loan for $100,000 on Tuesday at a rate of 7% over 30 years, and then you pay it back five
So, here’s the thing. I hate my loans, I hate being tied down by law school debt, and I heard about a plan for making that better by reducing the monthly payments for income-based plans from 20% to 10%. I
I always think about 100 Years of Solitude on Ash Wednesday and how all 27 (is it 27? Is that right?) Brothers get murdered by a shot through the ash mark that never washes off. I’m really glad I don’t