Be careful kids!
You'll never guess who's number one.
The stats are pretty eye-opening.
Stars: they're just like us.
"Don't tell me how to brunch."
Honestly, this is the best state for ANYONE to live in.
Gotta love science, am I right?
It cost a whopping $325,000.
2. You begin to keep track of every sale.
You can do this.
Full heart, fuller wallet.
Rule #1: treat it like cash.
It's SO easy.
I hope those pancakes were worth it.
So you can afford brunch.
$100k to post on Instagram? Sign me up.
It's not just pure motivation that drives Olympic athletes.
Wowwwwww Uber, WOW.
"It sounds like a big effort, but it can be done."
Who said that English degree needs to cost a fortune?
Imagine if you could spend your college tuition money for something fun and un-stressful?
Money is money.
You can’t stomach another bowl of Ramen and your bank account balance is $15.66.
We've all been there: the class you planned to take next semester is now full. Even though you need that class to qualify for another upper-division course, accept that dream internship AND graduate on time, there just aren't enough seats. How much would you pay to add that course? Is that even fair? Is that even legal?!?
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You finished your last exam early and, after waiting for someone else to turn theirs in (you don't want to be first!), ran down the steps of that lecture hall, slammed that baby on the desk and skipped your way to freedom
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As a college student I’ve learned that there are just some things that parents will never understand. And I'm not talking about how to change their profile pictures or how to DVR The Closer. I'm talking about the way life is now, the way we college students communicate and socialize and hook-up.
Even though Christmas is on Saturday, I honestly couldn't care less this year. With everyone around me so happy and festive, I feel like the odd-woman-out. However, I think I have a decent excuse. Instead of “Jingle Bell Rock” in my head and busy days spent shopping at the mall, I'm singing the Student Loan Blues while staring at my empty bank account.
Let me put it out there: whoever said money couldn’t buy happiness was a moron. Aside from being a super dad-like statement, it’s completely false. While I’ve always suspected a little extra cash brings on the smiles, a study out of the Wharton School now also suggests my inklings are spot-on.