Julia Dwyer Sullivan graduated from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts with a degree in Dramatic Writing. She now works as a starving artist (she ate the degree years ago). When she’s not writing for television and film, she enjoys not making money in many other ways. All of this experience has inspired her to find innovative ways to save cash, while still appreciating the finer things in life. Both her haircut and her coffee cost $7, which is the millennial's definition of success.
Hello friends. Hope you’re all having a fantastic December! We’re heading into my favorite part of the year: The Holidays. The next few weeks are going to be filled with all of my favorite things: parties and presents and people and Pinot Grigio! Perfection.
This year, 2014, is the year I moved into a wonderful new apartment in a great location…utilities not included. That’s right, people. This lady is paying for her own heat for the first time in her life, and I’m here to tell you – those toasty bills can cost you some cold hard cash if you’re not careful.
My goal isn’t to be the best dressed anymore, but to be the Best Guest. I want to win Most Thoughtful, Best Conversationalist and Most-Likely To-Be-Invited-Back this holiday season.
Did you agree to host Thanksgiving? Check out these cost savings tips to help you get through Turkey Day!
Groucho Marx didn’t want to belong to any club that would have him as a member, but I’m a little less discriminating. Any club that involves wine, sounds like a great idea to me.