Saving Money

How to Make Money on Snapchat?

It seems like everyone is making money on Snapchat and other social media platforms these days. If it's so common, why can't you do it? We decided to look into that question ourselves and put together a guide so anyone can benefit from the income opportunities available via Snapchat and personal branding. Let’s dive in! How Do People Make Money on Snapchat, Anyway? Let’s boil down what exactly…
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How Much Can You Make on Swagbucks Per Day?

Sometimes, it can pay to look for ways to earn a little extra cash on the side in addition to your main job. Or you may be going to school and don’t have time for anything full-time but still want something to spend on the weekends. In these cases, programs like Swagbucks are a great idea since you can earn some easy income without having to go to…
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Here Are Our Top 9 Picks For The Best Paper Notebooks For College Students!

With the advancement of technology, laptops and iPads are so overrated that even at school they are used in writing and taking down notes. However, nothing beats old school, bringing a pen and notebooks in writing and jotting down notes. Based on my personal experience, handwriting down notes can enhance recalling ability, especially when reviewing for examinations. It is the simplest and cheapest way to take down notes,…
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How Can You Make More Money As A Nurse?

Economic slumps result in budget cuts and service reductions in many industries. The healthcare sector is no different. A recession can trigger dismissals, freezes in hiring, and downsizing. These developments have an impact on nurses, the largest professional group in healthcare. Currently, a person working as a nurse in the United States earns an average annual salary of approximately $73,550; breaking it down to an average of $35.36…
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4 Ways To Make Money For Your Next Trip

Deciding to take a trip to somewhere should get you excited. It is not very often that one can experience new cultures and ways of life. At the same time, reality might soon set in that you need to find a way to pay for this new adventure. Even with a full-time job, you might find it difficult to put together the kind of money that you need…
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Tips for Achieving Financial Stability Throughout Your College Years

Understanding how to properly budget is not a strength possessed by many college students. Unless you are working your way through college in order to pay for your studies, there’s a good chance you have no idea what the real world is actually like. There are so many college grads who enter the real world without a clue on how to manage finances.   As soon as a college…
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How to Save Money as a Student Without Working

There’s no dispute - college is costly! A recent study by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York found that a whopping 44.7 million Americans still have outstanding student debt. And it’s no surprise why: college tuition and rent cost a lot of money. To top that off, it’s hard to take up a job when you’re a student. Sure you could wait tables for minimum wage, but…
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How to Save Money on Wedding Flowers

When they see the pictures, most people think I spent hundreds of dollars on my bridal bouquet. The truth is, I spent $180 on ALL of my flowers. That included my bouquet, five bridesmaids bouquets, my mom’s bouquet, a floral candelabra for the reception, 12 chair hangers for the aisle, and a rose-petal strewn aisle. My sister spent under $300 for her wedding flowers using the same techniques,…
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How to Use CVS Coupons and Extra Care Bucks

If you read many stay-at-home mom blogs, you’ve heard about the CVS Extra Care Bucks craze. It works like this: CVS was over-priced, so they started offering Extra Care Bucks on various products. When you buy that product, you earn back these bucks, which you can use to pay for other products. In addition, you can scan your Extra Care card at the store to print out CVS…
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Reducing Winter Energy Costs

I’m blessed to live in Southern California. The shiny brochures advertise it as the land of the sun, sand, and surf. That’s true – in the summer. For those of us who live here, winter is cold. Visitors from say, Iowa, may be content to walk around in shorts in January, but Southern Californians are ready to crank up the heat when the temperature dips below seventy. (I…
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