Download our recipe guide to help you make delicious, healthy and affordable meals. This is perfect for any college student. This hand out was part of our workshop on crock pot meals that we partnered with the food pantry to present.
Throughout my high school years, I always thought that budgeting was a waste of time and that meant I couldn’t buy or do the things that I wanted. As I have matured, I have learned that the contrary is true. Budgeting is not a synonym for being a frugal penny-pincher, rather...
The start of the new semester is coming up which means tuition payments are right around the corner. It is a challenge for many students struggle to pay for college. In our office, we often tell students that there are three ways to pay for school. This can be done through scholarships and grants, student loans, or your own money. The average college student doesn’t have thousands of dollars sitting around in their bank account. Most of the time, students are living paycheck to paycheck with a part-time job. One of the ways I was able to graduate debt-free was having a side hustle.
Ah, summer. What a beautiful time of year! The season of nice weather and traveling. I personally love to travel and would like to do it 4x a year. But there’s always something holding me back: money. BUT I’ve found ways to travel for cheap. Yup, that’s right, you can still see the places of your dreams and do it for a fair price.
As Summer approaches there is a cultural focus on getting our “summer body” in shape. A quick Google search will pull up a plethora of websites claiming to have the answers for how to get a great “summer body.” Have you considered getting your budget in shape this summer as well?