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6 Money Saving Tips for College Students

It may be a cliché that college students just don’t have any money, but especially today, it’s reality for many. Prices are high, wages are low, and the cost of attending college is stretching students thin financially. But, just because you are a student doesn’t mean you have to live like a monk. You just …

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5 Addicting Check-In Apps You Must Try

If you’re constantly on the go and enjoy spending time away from home, check-in apps can help you discover new places when you’re on the town. Check-in apps help you locate new great restaurants and dishes, as well as local businesses that are worth checking out. The more you check in at places using check-in …

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Don’t Get Caught In These 5 Retail Tricks

Whether you’re shopping in-store or online, retailers put tons of effort into getting you to buy more. Some retailer tricks are based on human psychology and others are simply an effort to put as much product in front of your eyes as possible. Here are five ways that retailers try to increase the chances of …

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The Top Christmas Markets in the U.S.

Christmas markets are one of the highlights of the holiday season in Europe. Cities like Dresden, Germany, Prague, and Vienna are known worldwide for the atmosphere and traditions of their traditional Christmas markets. However, not everyone can get over to Europe to experience these long-standing traditions for themselves. The good news is that there are …

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8 Smart Ways to Use Old Coffee Grounds

If you brew lots of coffee at home, chances are you normally dump your used coffee grounds into the kitchen trash or garbage disposal. But if you’re constantly on the lookout for new ways to save money, or for new supplies to use in home DIY projects, you’ll be pleased to learn about the many …

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8 Signs You’re Taking Frugal Living Too Far

Saving money here and there helps you stretch your budget so you can buy more of your favorite things. After all, nobody enjoys shelling out more than they should for things like groceries, household items and bills. But if frugal spending habits are causing friends and family to call you a cheapskate, or you’re obsessed …

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Thanksgiving Hacks: A Feast for Under $20

Whether you’re a college student stuck at school for the long weekend, or you’ve just decided to start a new tradition with friends, there are alternatives to a full-blown Thanksgiving dinner. The traditional meal with all the fixings can really add up and blow the budget. So, here are a few ways to take the …

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7 Autumn Coffee Drink Recipes to Keep You Feeling Cozy This Season

Though apples, caramel and pumpkin flavors are usually available all year long, there’s no better time than autumn to really appreciate these tastes. If you’re a coffee lover, you’ve probably already indulged in pumpkin spice lattes, caramel apple Frappuccinos, and other spicy, creamy coffee blends that take over coffee shops during the fall season. If …

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10 Creative Ways to Repurpose Old Books

When you’re a serious bookworm, you’re bound to run into storage problems at some point if you own lots of books. Donating used books to thrift stores and charities is one solution, but if you’re not afraid to embark on a few DIY projects, you can turn old books into new, amazing creations that can …

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