My latest at U.S. News and World Report and the last article I was able to write from the D.C. office.

Here is my latest piece at U.S. News and World Report on how to share finances when you’re in a long-term relationship. There’s plenty of advice geared toward people who are engaged or married, but given the amount of millennials who are opting to hold of on marriage, I didn’t find much advice on how […]

Here is one of my latest articles at U.S. News and World Report on how student loans and the emotional impact of the Great Recession are affecting young adults’ investment decisions. To invest or not to invest? That is the question: Why Aren’t Millennials Investing? Fear isn’t the Only Factor

The age of stealing grandma’s purse is becoming obsolete as thieves take to online dating. In its 2013 cyber attack report, the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3), which partners with the FBI, reported a 50 percent increase in monetary loss through what it calls “romance fraud.” The national financial loss jumped from roughly $56 million […]


Though the IC3 demonstrated relative FBI success in 2012, according to its 2013 report, the FBI had a subpar performance last year. For those of you who are unfamiliar with the IC3, this establishment is a partner with the FBI and the National White Collar Crime Center to, as its website says, “receive Internet related […]


1) The escalators are like highways. Stand on the right, walk on the left. This detail is what separates the tourists from the locals. 2) People running in full suits is completely, socially acceptable #publictransit (if you aren’t wearing business clothes on a given workday, chances are you’re either a tourist or homeless). 3) That […]


Mattan Griffel recently wrote a compelling piece on the case for online education, explaining that while the people today underestimate the possibility that online education may outweigh or even eliminate old-fashioned, classroom learning. He’s right in that it will be a better way to disseminate information and possibly better at engaging students. The problem, then, […]

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Exploring truth, reading a lot of books and generally mulling things over


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