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  • Looking for a Credit Card With Bad Credit
    Looking for a Credit Card With Bad Credit     While one typically arises out of the other, there are situations in which you might need to be looking for a credit card with bad credit. After all, you usually have to have had a credit card to get bad credit in the first place […]
  • Saving money tips for smokers: Is vaping cheaper than buying Cigarettes?
      Does Vaping Help You Save Money Compared to Buying Cigarettes?   According to a report published by the Food Drug and Administration, over 1 million Americans were using the e-cigarettes daily before it finally got regulated. Even after banning several psychoactive substances found in a vape, the vaping industry continues to spread its wings. […]
  • Is Buying Instagram followers a waste of money?
    Hey there! This week’s blog post is about the controversial subject of purchasing likes and followers to try to look more popular and kickstart your business. This article will talk about the pros and cons of doing so, so you can make a wise decision and see if this marketing method is right for you […]
  • 5 Steps to Freshen Up Your Home for Spring
    Spring is the season of bloom and freshness. Bringing the feeling at home spreads positivity and cheer. Spring cleaning is one of the activities that every house follows. It is almost a family thing in my home. Everyone gets involved. It is the perfect time to declutter, clean, organize, and make some changes. Here are […]
  • 5 Frugal Living Meetups You Should Attend in New York
    Did you know that an average New Yorker spent an average of $70,875 per year in 2017–18? According to a report by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, a person living in New York spends about $10,000 more, per year, than someone staying in other cities in the United States. Knowing that you are interested […]
  • 5 Tips for Starting a Business While Still in College
    Are you a college student struggling with money? Thinking about starting a side business while still studying? This thought would have seemed impossible a few years ago. Most students resort to working part-time jobs like a barista, librarian, retail store manager, driver, etc. While these jobs pay well you don’t learn a lot about business […]
  • The Best Time-Management Apps for Students
    Are you a college student? Want to make the best of your time at hand? According to a report by the American Psychological Association, there was a 30 percent rise in the number of students seeking help from the counseling centers between 2009–10 and 2014–15. It is not a secret that students these days are […]
  • Tried and Tested Coping Skills to Deal with Financial Stress
    Are you going through financial troubles? Having difficulty dealing with the stress associated with it? It is common for people to go through financial highs and lows. Particularly, when you are young and haven’t quite figured how the most dependable way to manage your personal finances. Even if you are older, you can learn from […]