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Sticking to a budget sounds so simple. Yet, even in the best of times, it’s hard. And the struggle only intensifies after a layoff, when a lean spending plan’s exactly what you need to stay afloat.
Most of us have at least one health-related New Year’s resolution in mind for 2017, whether it’s losing weight, staying fit—or, uh, getting fit—or cutting back on happy hours. Since you’re reading this, you’re probably also thinking about a money goal or two.
You may not have heard of “dollar-cost averaging,” but there’s a good chance you’re using that method to invest. And that’s a good thing.
There are a lot of reasons October is traditionally one of the scariest months—college midterms, the final days of the election cycle and, of course, Halloween. But did you know that, thanks to what’s been dubbed “The October Effect,” it can be a scary month for investors, too?
The month of September signals a lot of things: back to school, cooler temps, football, pumpkin-spice everything—and a chance to assess your financial progress and tackle some tasks that’ll help you finish out the year strong. If January is the time for making resolutions, September marks the homestretch in actually completing them.
Paying off debt can be challenging, not to mention exhausting. When you’re staring down several loans with varying interest rates and amounts owed, it’s difficult to know where to begin.
Company: Pepperland Marketing
I worked there from 11/2016 until now
As a freelance writer, I have written articles for Grow Magazine, The Huffington Post, The Chronicle of Higher Education, The Hartford Courant, The Good Men Project Magazine, Gently Read Literature, Student Health 101, and other publications. I am interested in broadening my portfolio of freelance pieces, and feel comfortable writing on almost any topic, in any genre. As a freelance editor, I have been acting as a volunteer poetry editor for The Grey Sparrow Press, passing along promising pieces to the head editor, Diane Smith, and offering editorial advice to authors. I have also edited 5 books for the press; 1 poetry, and 4 prose.
I worked there from 1/2011 until now
Associate Book Editor of craft, gardening, and other how-to books. Experienced in: mapping out book layout and length, based on either castoff or design; managing freelance editors; conceptualizing design based on book content and audience; editing and developing manuscripts; creating shotlists for photo shoots and acting as a stylist when needed; writing contracts, proposals, and performing market research; creating and editing budgets and p&ls; writing cover copy, press releases, and copy for promotional needs; re-purposing existing content for use in new products; keeping books on track for production. During my time at The Taunton Press I have edited 30 books, 32 booklets, and a number of DVDs and other Special Interest Publications, on a range of topics.I worked in tandem with a number of magazine franchises to perform market research and identify products for our target audiences.
Company: The Taunton Press
I worked there from 9/2014 until 8/2016