It doesn't have to be a piece of paper...you could be a good chef enough so that others ask you to make it again and again, be able to install / repair HVAC systems, diagnose and repair autos, be able to build your own house and complete the wiring and plumbing, build your own desktop computer, network system, or security system. (I can do all these tasks too.)
So what is your "superpower"?
Shop-et-al, who are we to judge if you want to dress-up as your favorite superhero. You do you. And yes, I know I feel fortunate to have the "rectangle of knowledge", my smartphone, to return all sorts of information to me upon a simple query. Unfortunately, too many folks use this power to keep track of silly things like the Depp v. Heard trial, trade crypto, use Zillow to find out how much their EX's house is worth, or follow the Elon and AOC Twitter spat. (Okay, I'm guilty of reading that last one.)
Shop-et-al...Yikes! You missed the point. I'm a thinkin' ya need a teddy bear hug...
Side question: when you wash a car, are you a one bucket or two bucket kind of girl?
tgooberbutt, I like reading about behavioral finance. As a teacher, how do you feel about the top US leader about to proclaim that $10K in student loans could be erased away? I understand 50% of such loans are for GRADUATE degrees. Should folks who didn't go to graduate school, such as myself, be forced to pay this TAX? I'd appreciate your frank reply.