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In an article on called “Expert: Stop wasting money on things that make your life easier,” Orman says, “Stop leasing cars, stop eating out, stop doing the things that’s wasting your money and makes your life easier, because in the long run it’s going to make it harder.”One might argue that doing things that make your life easier aren’t technically “wasting money,” since they are, after all, making your life easier. Things like eating out, developing a Starbucks habit and paying to have your groceries delivered are splurges that can derail more important pursuits, like saving for the future.Every personal finance reporter, including yours truly, has been saying similar things for decades.In August 2009, Nikkei Trendy in Japan featured Karlan and his Professionals in the City speed dating events as what is currently trendy in the United States.
She is known for her famous show on CNBC, ‘The Suze Orman Show’ and for the numerous books that she has written on a variety of topics related to finance, like, ‘You’ve Earned It, Don’t Lose It’, ‘The 9 Steps to Financial Freedom’, etc.In March 2009, the Washington Post published a cover story about how more children of immigrants are seeking partners of the same ethnicity, and how Professionals in the City is catering to this societal change by expanding "its repertoire of lectures and wine-tastings over the past year to include 'speed dating' nights for people of Asian, Latino or South Asian descent." This article quoted Karlan as saying that targeting ethnic groups makes sense in the Washington area, which has more than 1 million immigrants.