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When Gee left Hong Kong and moved back to Los Angeles, she found a job at People magazine. “I wasn’t excited about working so hard on a small salary, so I talked to other journalist friends, and learned the going rate was much more [than I had thought], so I asked for a salary at a rate that I felt valued myself. … I was making quite a pretty penny. That’s when I started to feel financially so powerful. I wasn’t a money machine, but I was viable as a breadwinner. Now, whenever I feel down about finances, I say, ‘Think of yourself as money machine,’” she says.