Tag Archives: Under Beaker’s Microscope

How to Lose Friends and Alienate People

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This post is presented by Beaker. If you want to see more posts written by him, make sure to check out Under Beaker’s Microscope tag at the end of this post. Money is very important in our society. We are all working very hard for all the money we can get our hands on. Money brings out the worst in… Read more »

On Women’s Liberation, Manhood and My Wife

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Beaker talks about Women’s Liberation movement, what manhood means, and explains why he is okay with me making more money than he does. My story “Why I Lied About Money” made him want to write this post. This is his point of view… I truly believe that we are a product of our environment. I grew up in a generation that… Read more »

Under Beaker’s Microscope: Lessons From My Father

We know why he lets me shop. We know how he feels being an American in Europe. Now, he offers an insight into his money management, and what he learned from his father about how to achieve your goals, how to quit spending and start saving. You might be in for a surprise. My brother has a warped sense of… Read more »

Under Beaker’s Microscope: Why I Let My Wife Shop

This article was featured in the following carnivals: Yakezie Carnival at The Ultimate Juggle Carnival of Financial Camaraderie at My University Money Totally Money at Help Me to Save Festival of Frugality at Funny about Money Canadian Finance Carnival at Canadian Finance Blog Carnival of Financial Planning at Skilled Investor Blog  I am a believer that everything is shared in a… Read more »

Under Beaker’s Microscope: an American in Europe

Beaker, my husband, starts a new monthly series called Under Beaker’s Microscope.  Not so long ago I asked him to write a post on how it feels for an American to visit Europe. He wrote. When I read it, I was not sure how to react. I leave it up to you! Enjoy and don’t take anything personally. I was born and… Read more »