This Is Not A Personal Finance Advice Column, Part 2

The last time I wrote about personal finance, it was mostly a cautionary tale. I told you exactly how bad with money I’ve been, and in an attempt to rectify that, I went on my own personal cancel culture crusade. That’s right: I cancelled a bunch of automatically renewing subscriptions I had no business continuing to pay for. Gone were my Wall Street Journal and Hulu subscriptions. I went in person to…

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Maya Kosoff

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i’m a freelance writer and editor. you can also read me in places like the new york times and vanity fair.

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