DAME’s Friendkeeper advises a woman whose BFFs have priced her out of group activities and helps a businesswoman negotiate with a pal involved in a Ponzi scheme.
At 40, the writer—single, childless, and employed but not career bound—secretly feared dying alone having accomplished little. So she decided to do something about it. (But not today.)
DAME’s Friendkeeper makes us feel better about being money-conscious and explains how to lay down house rules with a guest who’s worn out her welcome.