Money Diaries, Where Millennial Women Go to Judge One Another’s Spending Habits

The most lurid corner of the Internet is not a new dating app or a fetish site. It’s a column in which anonymous young professional women document every penny they earn and spend in a week

The New Yorker
Oct 8, 2018 · 6 min read
Refinery29’s record-your-expenditures column suggests that money may be the last arena in which we’re allowed to judge others openly. Photo: martin-dm/Getty Images

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