Side Jobs College Students Can Do From Their Dorm

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Photo from Pinterest I firmly believe that everyone in college should have a side job, especially after their first year. As a student you may find it less stressful to study exclusively and finance your living expenses with student loans. But I can guarantee you one thing: You will immediately regret taking out loans for every day expenses when you graduate and discover the entirety of your debt from...

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How I Scored Quality Furniture for Less Than 50% Retail Price

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At the end of last year, we made the decision that we needed a new couch. We knew for a while that it was time to lay our old one to rest, but we weren’t quite ready to buy a new one. Then after many uncomfortable evenings sitting on tough sofa springs, we decided to start actively looking. Within a few months we located an amazing deal. We paid less than half the original price for the couch...

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Valentine’s Day Advice for the Cash Strapped Partner

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The most loved (or hated) holiday is upon us. And that means you’re probably starting to look at gifts for your loved one. When you’re strapped for cash, the ways you can treat the special person in your life may be limiting. But having a limited budget doesn’t mean you can’t make someone feel special. Here’s some advice on celebrating the holiday of love when you’re...

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How Did You Choose the Location You Call Home?

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Have you found a place to lay your roots? The place where you plan to call home for the next few decades? If you’ve answered yes, I’m envious. My husband and I are having troubling deciding where we should plant ourselves for the long haul. We’ve enjoyed our time in D.C. and even thought about staying here for a significant period of time. After all, it’s a thriving city with...

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