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5 Rules for Acing Your Job Interview

5 Rules for Acing Your Job Interview

Young women are faced with a daunting task after college graduation: finding a job. We feel the pressure as we enter the work force with thousands of other highly qualified applicants with 4.0 GPAs. We scour the Internet searching for leads and job availabilities like it’s already our full-time job. We remember the times when our...
My 10 Commandments of Dating

My 10 Commandments of Dating

I am notorious these days for thinking my mother is always right. Perhaps this is what happens when you graduate, mature and start acting like an adult. Don’t get me wrong, I am not the perfect and obedient daughter that statement might portray. My mother and I spent most of my teenage years yelling and...
Your Handbook to the Best Discounts Online

Your Handbook to the Best Discounts Online

Awhile ago, I confessed to having an addiction to discount shopping, and this week, I’d like to continue with some further advice about savvy purchasing, but focus on what many consider the most dangerous addiction: online shopping. Online shopping is not your worst nightmare. It can be tricky, but if you follow my guidelines, you...
College Courses 101

College Courses 101

College is an unforgettable experience. Your friendships and memories last a lifetime and the lessons you learn will help shape you into the adult you choose to be in future. College is a time where temptations are abundant and the choices we make define who we are, but our experiences as collegiates are priceless. College...
Little Miracle of Baking Soda

Little Miracle of Baking Soda

  As 20-something-year-olds, we are encouraged to live a thrifty lifestyle. It’s the only time in our lives we can successively save and spend our money wisely, for we do not have the worries of providing for a large family or our mortgage rates increasing… yet. Most of us have the luxury of spending our extra...
Discounts to Live By

Discounts to Live By

I have an addiction. Support groups have been erected in my honor because of this illness, and my friends and family are continuously stressed and living in fear of my safety. No matter the number of interventions they perform or countless appointments with a shrink, I can’t seem to shake the thrill and desire I...
Homeward Bound: How to Move Back Home With Your Parents

Homeward Bound: How to Move Back Home With Your Parents

“You’re not the only one,” my mother once said. And though I always hate to admit it, she was right. In a recent study by Twentysomething Inc., 85% of recent graduates move back home with their parents. That is an outstanding number of people I can relate to. Like several of my peers, I too...