Entrepreneurs often work in isolation, which can exacerbate any depression they may experience. And depression, in turn, can make it harder for entrepreneurs to run their businesses. Here’s an article I recently wrote on the topic for Weebly. In it, entrepreneurs share their experiences and advice for handling depression. – DWB
Category Archives: Personal Finance
Debt, Marriage, Weight & Clutter
Catching up with some stories from the past few months, I’d like to note these two personal finance pieces I wrote for CreditCards.com.
The first explores what to do if you’re engaged to marry someone with a lot of debt. The second looks at the connections between debt, weight and clutter.
Interesting insight from experts in both pieces.
Budgeting for the Disorganized
My favorite stories to report are often the ones that provide the info I personally want to know, the ones I’d eagerly read if someone else had written them. That was the case with this piece for cnbc.com on fairly simple ways even disorganized people can keep their finances on sound footing.
New Parenthood in Midlife and Personal Finances
Here’s my new piece for cnbc.com on the financial implications of starting (or adding to) a family in middle age. Unlike younger parents, fortysomethings with babies will hit retirement age about the same time their tots are ready for college. The story marks my expansion into personal-finance coverage.