Pauline Millard is a writer who has lived in Manhattan long enough to have used subway tokens on a regular basis. She started her career as an Online Editor at the Associated Press in New York City and has also worked for Nielsen and AOL.

Her work has appeared on The Huffington Post, LearnVest, SheFinds and many others.

She has a masters degree from the Columbia University School of Journalism as well as undergraduate degrees from the Newhouse School at Syracuse University. She has taught non-fiction writing at Manhattanville College and at the Gotham Writer's Workshop.

Favorite pieces:

The iPhone As Personal Time Capsule

Chick Lit Grows Up

Career/Personal Finance
How To Save For Retirement When You Have Student Loans

8 Signs You May Not Want To Take The Job

Can't Get A Mortgage? Debt To Income Ratio, Explained


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How To Get Your Your Bridesmaids Not To Hate You

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