keeping up with the joneses
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NEW YORK - Jon Hamm stopped by BUILD Series this morning to discuss his new movie Keeping Up With The Joneses with Ricky
Trying to keep up with the Joneses could spell economic disaster.
I've had my fair share of mistakes when it comes to personal finance. Last week I wrote a post about how online poker changed how I view money. I was spending money like there was no tomorrow, splurging on unnecessary items, and didn't save a single penny of winnings.
For years, Elmo was a furry guy who existed only on T-shirts. When you finally saw him walk and talk, you practically sh*t yourself.
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If you've got $1.2 million, you can actually become them... sort of.
"The More You Know" historically has been the topic of both parody and praise. More prestigious segments have featured President
In America today, it seems like we are always striving for something. To be bigger, better than who we are. We're never content with what we have. But why? Where did this sense of not being enough come from?
Have you heard? The Joneses filed for bankruptcy. It seems, like everyone else who tried to keep up with them, they were living above their means. All of that "stuff" they acquired turned them into a textbook case of a broke American family -- chapter eleven of that book, to be exact.
We are recently informed that a typical middle-income family can expect to spend more than $225,000 to raise a child - born
The passing of Michael Jackson and Farrah Fawcett has hit us near-baby boomers and full-on baby boomers with a rock and roll punch to the gut we weren't ready for.
In Confessions of a Shopaholic, the film I adapted, the character's shopping obsession starts as a child when she watches the Joneses get sparkly shoes while her Cleaverish parents buy her sturdy brown clunkers.