Your Total Guide On How To Save Money In A Big City

Who struggles at saving moolah? Guilty as charged. I love to live a more fabulous life than I probably can afford to (sorry not sorry). Jokes aside, let’s get real here. I have read many articles on how to save money, but being an uber driver and saving 25% of my paycheck are not what…

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Ring In 2018 at These All-Inclusive New Year’s Eve Parties in DC

There’s no lack of options for celebrating New Year’s Eve in D.C. This year’s festivities include black tie galas, elaborate raw bars, breweries pouring endless drafts or top shelf cocktails, and lots more. Here are some of the best bets for spending the evening with some good (and often unlimited) food and drink specials, as…

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It’s Stylish to be On Time!

Right after high school graduation, I received a Citizen watch as a gift from a family friend. The watch was dual-toned and the perfect present for a rising college freshman. I never bought another watch because the Citizen watch went with all outfits. However, when CLUSE gave me the opportunity to try out one of…

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How Do You Find Your Purpose When You Don’t Know What It Is?

Libraries and bookstores have always been places of solace for me. These are the places I would run to when I was looking for a moment of peace from my life. Surrounded by books, I could get lost in whatever world I wanted. A place of ideas where I could be myself, free of judgment,…

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Savory Slow Cooker Oatmeal

This slow cooker oatmeal with crispy bacon will make you jump out of bed! A savory spin to your regular sweet oatmeal and total crowd pleaser dish, this is perfect for busy mornings! It is an easy-to-make, well-rounded healthy meal for any time of day. I’ve always found it difficult to come up with ways to spice up my breakfast meals. Steel-cut…

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Happy (belated) Diwali!

Diwali was one of my favorite holidays growing up (and still is!). The opportunity to carry on tradition and create an inviting atmosphere for others has always been something I look forward to as it gets to this time of year. Diwali is the Hindu festival of lights celebrated every year in autumn in the northern hemisphere (spring…

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The Weekend Edition: Nidhi

Every Monday, you will get to read a post by a twenty-something answering some questions about their weekend, how they balance financial needs and brunch needs, their favorite spots around town and whether everyone really experiences FOMO. If you want to be featured, email edition@anotherlongweekend.com Naomi: Name, age, hometown, occupation? Nidhi, 22, McLean, VA, Sales and…

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Answering All The Questions!

Thank you to all my readers out there who make Another Long Weekend great 🙂 When I decided to revamp my blog and start writing again in July, I was quite unsure whether people would even care to read it. However, I am so glad I pushed through because reading your comments, emails and messages…

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It’s Interview Season!!

In college, I remember sitting in my fraternity’s various professional events in which we learned how to conduct ourselves during interviews and passed around revelatory tips like “over-prepare,” “be yourself,” and “ask a lot of questions.” Now it makes me laugh. (What the hell does it mean to “be yourself”?) However, now gone through a half…

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The Weekend Edition: Zoe

Every Monday, you will get to read a post by a twenty-something answering some questions about their weekend, how they balance financial needs and brunch needs, their favorite spots around town and whether everyone really experiences FOMO. If you want to be featured, email edition@anotherlongweekend.com NAME, AGE, HOMETOWN, OCCUPATION? My name is Zoe! I’m 22, my…

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