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Get Your Network Working

By on February 28th, 2013 • careerbuilder.com, College & Career, Job Search, Networking, Life


Building a professional network is a crucial (yet daunting) factor in developing a career. In a competitive job market, it's important to network efficiently and be memorable to your contacts.

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The Websites You Need To Move Out Of Your Mom's House

By on February 25th, 2013 • apartment, Budgeting, Moving out, Renting, Life

Nothing is sweeter (or scarier) than realizing you finally have the savings and ability to move out of your parents’ place. But hitting the pavement and scouring the back of the Classifieds is so 1995. Thankfully, the web is packed with search engines, resources, tips, and checklists to get you moving and keep you organized.

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An App-titude for starting your own business


Become your own boss. Set your own hours. Do what you really want to do. All of those are the perks of starting your own business.

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Get Active On Singles Awareness Day

By on February 13th, 2013 • Athletics, Budget, lifestyle, Valentines Day, Life


Ahh, the great holiday of romance. Instead of rolling your eyes at the idea of it, curling up with a book or a movie, or crying yourself to sleep, celebrate Singles Awareness Day. Try an athletic activity to get your mind off of whatever gets you down. It’s not nearly as expensive as that fancy dinner and a dozen roses.

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Big Spenders On Valentine's Day

By on February 12th, 2013 • Budgeting, Life, spending, Valentine's Day, Life

What do we spend money on for Valentine's Day? I'm glad you asked.

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Baby, It's Cold Outside: Tips To Warm The House And Freeze The Pocketbook

By on January 31st, 2013 • Bills, Budgeting, Expenses, Housing, Life

When the mercury dips to levels only polar bears can contend with, mere mortals crank the heat. Home heating represents the biggest piece of the expense pie--up to 35-50% annually, especially in chillier states. Homeowners and renters alike can benefit from a few simple tricks and maintenance tips to help heat bills fall like snow.

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Big City, Small Budget

The lure of the big city is easy to understand. Having concerts, art, and amazing restaurants at your fingertips can be enough to draw anyone in. Unfortunately, those things take money, something students and recent grads usually lack. But you don’t have to deprive yourself. With a little planning--and some discipline--you can paint the town red while staying in the black.

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Don't Waste My Time: 10 techniques to maximize your efficiency

By brass Staff on January 21st, 2013 • Going to college, Life

There are only so many hours in the day. Use these ideas to help you make the most of them.

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The Repurpose Driven Life: Giving old items a new image

It's the essentials of upcycing. Turn your junk into priceless artifacts. 

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