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Why I Chose a “Slash” Career

Jessica Alba: Entrepreneur/Author/Actress When I left my job to become a full-time freelance writer in 2001, other freelancers warned me: The business can be “feast or famine,” and it can get a little lonely working all by yourself. Within the...

How Talking About Money Can Boost Your Earning Power

Forgive me while I break a writing rule and employ a cliché: Knowledge is power. You knew that, right? Then why do you refuse to talk about money?  Talking about the nitty-gritty of your financial life is one of the most empowering things you can...

Get in the (Cash) Flow

5 strategies to stop the feast-or-famine payment cycle.

7 Strategies To Work Successfully From Home

Because we all have those days when distractions abound and deadlines are pushed aside.

Stop Feeling Guilty for Putting Yourself First

I'm a freelance designer and work-at-home-mom to a feisty 15-month-old.  I want to keep my business and have a happy kid and husband and an orderly house.  I'm doing an okay job at all this, but have trouble prioritizing anything else--hobbies,...

The Basics of Budgeting

The following is an excerpt from “Art & Numbers: A Financial Guide for Artists, Writers, Performers, and Other Members of the Creative Class.” We also picked Elaine’s brain on money management for the creative class. Check out that Q&A here....

Money Management for the Creative Class

A Q&A with Elaine Grogan Luttrull, Author of “Arts & Numbers”

Every Woman Can Learn Programming

Want to be super-employable and well-paid? Learn how to write Web programming code—it’s not nearly as difficult as you think. About 250,000 new software developer jobs will be created in the U.S. over the next decade, according to the Bureau of...

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