Tag Archives: money

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Renovating Your Apartment on a College Budget

Getting an apartment while still in college or just after graduating can be tough. College is not exactly the most opportune time to save thousands of dollars or working full-time, so when the time comes to get an apartment, the budget is usually pretty tight. After finding that perfect apartment, it is time to decorate […]

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Wander into College Lusting for More

Despite what parents and academic advisors typically explain, college is more than aiming for a 4.0 GPA and living in the library for four years. The time spent in the realm of higher education is for developing oneself through challenging experiences and the seizing of opportunities, and while college classes are challenging to textbook knowledge, […]

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How a Side Hustle Helped Launch My Career

Side Hustle: A flexible part-time engagement done at your leisure in addition to working your full-time job. It’s similar to being a weekend warrior, where you grind through the 9-5 work week, anticipating a weekend engrossed in the activities you love, whether it’s surfing, writing or crocheting custom scarves. The difference? A side hustle allows […]

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Before You Go Abroad, Here’s What You Need to Know

You’ve likely heard it before, that your semester studying abroad will be the best time of your life. And it’s true. Even though it sounds pretty cheesy, you will not only experience tremendous growth culturally, but also intellectually, socially and individually during your time abroad. In order to have an unforgettable abroad experience that lives […]

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Scholarships for Confidence

“I’ve got 99 problems” but paying for college is most of them.  Housing, 12-15 credit hours, lab fees, books, and a repair or two are pretty much what my parents see when tuition season rolls around the corner in August, January and May.  Regardless if you chose to commute to school from home, stay in […]