The SimpleTuition Blog
Every time a new year rolls around, people wake up a little bit and count all the things they wish were different about their lives: they want better diets, better bodies, and better jobs. We all do it. But most people who make resolutions also fail to achieve or maintain them. So here’s a little insight for you–what are the most popular resolutions and how to stick with them so you can make the changes you’ve always wanted.
One of the most important aspects of college is the relationship you have with your roommate. While your roommate might not be your best friend, there are some things to remember to make sure you get along.
Let’s face facts: stress doesn’t just affect your happiness and your sleep. It also affects your health. That’s why it’s important to know if your stressed, find out why, and take steps to calm down and live a little more smoothly. Below are some sobering statistics that may surprise you–and hopefully motivate you to make some changes.
In college? Have student loans? Graduated and are now trying to pay those loans off? If so, you’re a member of the $1 Trillion Club–all the students and graduates across the nation that have a cumulative of $1 trillion in outstanding student loan debt. But what does that number really mean? Find out here.
Budgeting during breaks is a unique challenge: while you’re not on-campus and don’t have the typical expenses you would during the year, there are arguably more opportunities to spend your money during breaks, which can feel like long vacations. You may find yourself going out to eat more often with friends, spending more on other forms of entertainment, and/or blowing the benjamins on travel.