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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How to Plan Your Week

Wondering how to plan your week to be happier? Sometimes to bring happiness into your life you need to make it a conscious decision. If you plan your week to be a go-getter and stop letting negative thoughts get you down, even the longest, most stressful day can become an opportunity for happiness. For example,…

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Tips for Making Small Talk Meaningful

As we move into the season of new — new classes, new meetings, new opportunities — there’s also that looming feeling that we’re going to have to make it: small talk. And our stomach tightens and our toes curl … just a little bit. Regardless of how extroverted or people-oriented someone might be, there’s always some…

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The Weekend Edition.

  I wanted to start a new segment of Another Long Weekend and after brainstorming ideas with multiple of my friends and colleagues, I thought of how everyone in their 20s is always reading about what people their age are doing. And honestly, I do it too 🙂 And The Weekend Edition was born! Every…

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The Only 10 Things You Need to Know Post-Graduation

The original article was published by Emily Calkins on Man Repeller on May 23, 2015. Dedicated to Class of 2016!   1) Paying rent is not like responding to a Facebook event invite. You can’t coyly click “Maybe” and show up fashionably late, elaborate stories about a rogue 6 train in tow. You can’t rely on Siri sending opportune push…

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Thinking About Saving Money?

originally seen on Man Repeller… ALEXA VON TOBEL, LEARNVEST CEO, IS HERE TO ANSWER THE FAQ ABOUT MONEY There are three things one cannot avoid in life: death, taxes and root canals. Of these three things, it is taxes that bite hardest and not necessarily because paying bills (no matter the size) is arguably the worst of human experiences —…

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Work Hard, Play Smart, Live Often

The Muse sends out a newsletter every Sunday, highlighting various articles that can help us work hard, live smart and play often.  I used to peruse the articles sometimes, but for the most part, I was rather skeptical of the advice they had to offer.  However, this past week, I have been having a quarter…

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