According to you.
From baes to BFFs, we did some analysis on your gifting.
We kick-started Random Acts of Relief a couple of weeks ago, and we’re ready to ramp things up. Before we do, we thought we’d make sure we’re all up to speed. Let’s go.
For months now, we’ve all been existing in this weird groundhog day themed pyjama party. If ever there was a time for some belligerently unrestricted self love, it’s now. Here's a list of things that make Cleo special.
Will how we spend our money have changed permanently once we're all out again? Let’s think about the types of spenders that will come out of this.
Slowly but surely, this whole pandemic thing is changing. Consider this an ode to your takeout spending which has really got you through this, apparently.
It’s that time again, the one where we dive deep into the shocking depths of Twitter to find your latest buys. Have things gotten worse since the ducks? Let's see.
Random Acts of Relief gets gifts of $250 to those of you who need it right now, by crowdsourcing from those who can afford to give. Every idea starts somewhere, and this one started with Melissa.
Last week in our catch up email, we asked you what was up. Turns out, you got a lot on your mind. Here's the reply ft. salary advances and... Pornhub?
We expected some kind of shift in spending given the world's on its ass right now... here are the outlets with your biggest spending increase since Feb.
Seems unfair, but there's still no Sims-esque hack on multiplying money. There are some recession hacks though, here they are.
In this episode of Money Stories we spoke to Mona. Mona is lovely, too lovely.
The first five days of managing money and getting the f*ck through this.
Remember budgets? Yeah no, didn't think so. Here's where you've been spending money recently. Honestly, it's shocking.
'Working From Home' Mode: ACTIVATED 🔴 a lil extra ca$h never hurt 🙃
Get to know how banks f*ck you over & avoid the risk 👏
Join us in going Cold Turkey this Black Friday 🦃
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HBO? To my practical father, that's Marie Antoinette levels of spending
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