When Will All the Jobs Come Back?

Somewhere in Wrigley Field, a nacho carton skitters along the aisle between the stands, pushed by a light wind. It could be the most activity this stadium sees all season. Across America, concession line cooks and cashiers are out of work. The hospitality industry has been devastated, along with restaurants, retail, construction, and education. According…

Navient Student Loans Review

Navient is one of the nation’s largest federal student loan servicers that helps borrowers navigate the long-term process of student loan repayment. Headquartered in Wilmington, Delaware, Navient was established in 2014 when Sallie Mae was split into two separate corporations — Sallie Mae stayed in charge of handling private student loan debts and Navient services…

12 Ways to Watch TV After Cutting Cable

A little less than two years ago, Sarah and I made the decision to get rid of cable television in our home. We canceled our cable service, which was costing us about $100 a month, and moved to a mixture of services. When I updated things with our experiences after a year without cable, I…

60 Best Remote Jobs Websites to Find a Great Remote Job (Fast) in 2020

Whether you’re searching for the best remote jobs in order to unlock a more flexible schedule void of the daily commute, or to land the kind of remote job that’ll empower you to leave home behind in exchange for traveling the world, then you’re in the right place 😊 Over the past several years, I’ve held…

21 Best Blogging Books for Every Blogger to Read in 2020 (and Profit From)

If you’re looking for the best blogging books, then you’ve come to the right place. The Internet is full of information on just about every topic. Some of it’s good, some of it’s bad—and some of it’s neither accurate nor helpful. When it comes to blogging, there are quite a few different ways to learn, ranging…

What To Do With That Last Little Bit Left in the Container

We’ve all been there. You have a container of something and it’s almost used up. There’s just a little bit left in the container, but that little bit is hard to access. How far should you go to access that little bit? How much effort is worth it? Even better, is there anything creative you…

After an Accident, Should I Submit a Claim or Pay Out Of Pocket?

Getting into a car accident can cause a whole bunch of problems. Your car could sustain extensive damages or, even worse, you could get injured and need medical care. But beyond that, getting into a crash usually means that your car insurance premium will increase—even if you weren’t at-fault. Compare Affordable Car Insurance Rates Save…

How to Continue Your Education Online as a Senior Citizen

Online education has dramatically changed the way older adults and young people alike pursue an education. And with National Higher Education Day approaching on June 6th, there’s never been a better time to think about going back to school. As an older adult, you now have the opportunity to go back to school on your…

What Does the Progressive Snapshot Do?

Progressive sold its first auto insurance policy in 1937. By the early 1970s, Progressive had expanded its portfolio to include commercial and motorhome insurance and held its first public offering. Today, Progressive writes policies nationwide, is serviced by more than 37,000 employees and generates $33.5 billion in annual sales. The provider offers a full range…

PMI: What is Private Mortgage Insurance?

You may have heard the “rule” that you have to put 20% as a down payment when buying a house. In reality, most home buyers — especially most first-time home buyers — are putting down much less than this. While you can now get into a new home for as little as 3% down, you…