6 Simple Ways to Save Money

    Recession or no recession, everyone likes to save money.  But let’s be honest, it’s not every-one’s forte.  Some people are shop-a-holics.  They spend excessive amounts of money on items they do not need, whenever they have money.  Some people simply eat out a lot.  Either way, if you find yourself living paycheck to paycheck wondering […]

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    Not So Fun in the Sun

    Most people know that doctors actually recommend 10 minutes of unprotected sun exposure per day.  Just ask your doctor.  Ten minutes is the perfect amount of time for your body to absorb its daily intake of Vitamin D needed from the Sun?  On the flipside, too much sun exposure hurts… really bad.  According to, […]

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    Campus Travel

    If you go to a larger school, you may quickly realize that walking is not the best, or most preferred, mode of transportation from class to class.  If you are like any typical college student, you get out of bed at 7:45 AM for your 8:00 AM class.  If this is going to be your […]

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    Roommate Sharing

    When moving into a dorm room, apartment, house, or any form of housing, contributions to your living area is something everyone has to tackle.  In a dorm, it is a lot simpler.  One roommate can bring the microwave, while the other will bring the mini fridge.  Or one can bring the TV, while the other […]

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    Netbooks vs. Notebooks

    A lot of people see netbooks being advertised on TV and think, “Wow!  Why spend $800-$1,000 dollars on a laptop for my college student when I can buy a netbook?”  Many people don’t realize that a netbook is not the same as a regular laptop.  Don’t let the prices of netbooks deceive you; most fall […]

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