With life’s busy schedule, it’s hard for most of us to dig through all the information thrown our way. Each week we scour the media universe to find the most interesting and helpful articles, so you don’t have to. Take a look at what we’re reading this week.
50 years later, the Stonewall Inn is spreading Pride all over the globe
In honor of June’s LGBT Pride observation, check out how the legendary Stonewall Inn is still fighting for equality all around the world 50 years after protestors solidified the bar’s place in history. (Metro)
Money-saving summer dates to mark on your calendar now
Summer is all about freedom, whether you’re a kid free from homework or celebrating America on the Fourth of July. Plus, savvy shoppers will know summer is full of special days that often come with freebies, like National Ice Cream Day. You won’t want to miss these summer specials. (MoneyTalksNews)
4 pieces of business advice from Latina entrepreneurs
For five years now, the #WeAllGrow summit has been bringing business owners, dreamers and creators together to network and learn from each other for one weekend every year. Check out these takeaways, and get inspired to grow your business. (GirlBoss)
How college grads can boost their credit — and why they should
With graduation season winding down, many recent grads might be considering how to handle their finances as they enter the real world. Here’s one plan to help them boost their credit scores. (Consumer Reports)
12 Father’s Day gifts for your kids to give their dad
Father’s Day is right around the corner, in case you haven’t seen displays of golf-themed or beer-inspired gifts at every store. When your little ones may need a little help showing their old man some love, you can totally step in — and bring this list! (PureWow)
How to get your finances in order in 30 days
Creating a plan to get your finances on track can seem daunting when you look at it from a long-term perspective. Zeroing in on your first month can be a great way to start the journey to financial health and encourage you to actually stick to your goals. (Fox Business)
26 free things to do in New York
If you live in the Big Apple or are planning a visit this summer, you know how notoriously expensive it can be to have fun. But if you do your homework, you’ll be able to find exciting and cheap things to do that will still let you take in all the city has to offer. Check out these ideas. (The Street)
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