Reality Check: I Wasn’t Prepared For College

When I graduated high school, I was near the top of my graduating class.  I had straight A’s, and yet I felt like school was easy.  I was really excited to start college in the fall, but boy did I get a rude awakening:  I wasn’t at all prepared for my time in college. I […]

Freshman Year Tips

Today’s post is from Squirrelers, a personal finance blog about squirreling your money away!  This post is part of the Yakezie Blog Swap, and you can read my post about Working is Essential for College Freshmen at Squirrelers.  Freshman year of college is a huge step in the lives of many young people.  Aside from […]

5 Ways Facebook is Costing You Money

This post is by Suba at Wealth Informatics: debt reduction, financial planning, informed Consumerism, savvy investing, fun & frugal living leading to financial freedom. I am not talking about Facebook costing you via all the lost productivity that you could have used to make money or time spent with your family. I am talking about […]

Time Management Tips for Students

Once you start college, you will soon come to the realization that managing your time will be an important factor in your success. With the majority of the work to be done out of class, juggling multiple classes, campus events, social activities, and possibly a part-time job, here are some tips to help you better […]