Kristin Colella

Kristin Colella is an experienced writer and editor who specializes in personal finance and lifestyle content. She hopes to inspire readers to make financially responsible choices while still enjoying life to the fullest.

Recent Articles By The Author

4 Ways the Royal Baby Is a Money-Making Machine: Prince George Is a Business Boon

4 Ways the Royal Baby Is a Money-Making Machine: Prince George Is a Business Boon

The financial impact of Britain’s pint-sized prince is being felt around the world.

7 Money Mistakes to Avoid in College

7 Money Mistakes to Avoid in College

Money gurus confess their biggest financial blunders in college and the lessons they learned.

The Coolest New Ice Cream Flavors

The Coolest New Ice Cream Flavors

Here's a roundup of delicious new offerings from America's favorite ice cream, frozen yogurt and Italian ice chains and brands.

Should You Rent a No-Fee Apartment?

Should You Rent a No-Fee Apartment?

Apartment listings that promise no broker's fees may sound like a surefire way to save money, but proceed with caution.

5 Awesome Pet-Friendly Hotels

5 Awesome Pet-Friendly Hotels

Your furry friend will get the royal treatment at these beautiful hotels around the country.

6 Tips for Stay-at-Home Dads

6 Tips for Stay-at-Home Dads

Full-time fathers share advice for ignoring stigmas and finding their rhythm as a parent.

How to Deal With a Much Younger Boss

How to Deal With a Much Younger Boss

Follow these tips to bridge the generational gap and work in harmony.

Should College Rankings Exist for Sexual Assault?

Should College Rankings Exist for Sexual Assault?

A women's advocacy group is demanding that the Princeton Review rank colleges based on their sexual assault track records in hopes that bad publicity will bring colleges to action.

How to Survive This Year's Pollen Vortex

How to Survive This Year's Pollen Vortex

These eight tips from allergists will help you breathe easier in the coming months.

7 Tips for Stay-at-Home Moms Returning to Work

7 Tips for Stay-at-Home Moms Returning to Work

29% of American mothers did not work outside the home in 2012. While some moms opt to stay home permanently, those who eventually decide to re-enter the workforce can face unique challenges.