It’s common knowledge that today, in order to make it far in your chosen career, it’s almost always necessary to have some form of college education. With many MBA career opportunities available and other lucrative, coveted positions for those who graduate from college with a good degree, going to college seems unavoidable if you’re hoping to be successful in later life. However, many students are bypassing college and struggling later on due to the rising cost of student life. We’ve listed some of the best ways to save money on college study. [Read more…]
Unfortunately, budgeting is an essential part of life for many students, especially if you are trying to avoid getting into huge debt. While many courses are sure to make you money in the future – for example, if you are studying an MBA from The University of Maryland, you’ll have fantastic MBA career opportunities once you graduate – you need to get there first. Here are some great tips to help you budget. [Read more…]
Going to college doesn’t come cheap, so you need to cut corners in other areas of your life in order to make it easier to afford your tuition, books, supplies, etc. And this is especially true if you’re attending a school to complete one of the many online nurse practitioner programs and become a family nurse practitioner. Thankfully, there are many cheap entertainment ideas that you can pursue if you’re a nursing student and you need to let loose on a budget. [Read more…]
For me, college was such a fun and exciting time. Going off to be on my own for the very first time as a young adult was also frightening and intimidating. I worked hard all through high school to get to this point, but what I failed to understand was just how different, let alone expensive, college would be. From tuition, books, to everyday meals and housing, it was like a small fortunate from day one. One thing I am teaching my daughter is that you can still go to college, have all of the things you need, but you can still create and make your dorm environment fun, colorful and your own unique style, all while on a budget.
If you want to look like a fashionista, you definitely don’t need to break the bank by going over your budget and spending all of your hard-earned cash on the latest fashion and accessories at the most expensive designer shops. Instead, there are many frugal ways to look your best and stick to your budget all at the same time, while still following the latest and greatest trends.