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1. Divide and conquer. In order to save as much money as possible, make a checklist of everything you need for your room. Rank the items from most to least expensive. Ask yourself twice if you really need the most expensive things on the list (for example, do you really watch TV enough to need […]
Commencement is a special time, as it’s every graduating senior’s last chance to savor their time in college, and to embrace their futures ahead. It’s also a chance to hear a great speech, and here are some of the better ones throughout the years.
College is a big, exciting place, and sometimes it’s easy to get swept up in all that excitement. Just remember: keep your head and your common sense, and, like everything else in life, don’t believe everything you hear. To help you out, here are a few myths about college. The key word being myth. As in probably not true. And by probably we mean definitely.
While you should definitely study what you want to study, and pursue what you love, it’s important to be realistic about your ambitions. That’s to say, in today’s economy, which is still cracking more than one of Joan Rivers’ facelifts, you should set yourself up for success. And some majors result in less job prospects and lower average incomes. That’s just a fact. Here’s a few of those offenders.
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.