Financial Literacy Month: How To Have Fun While Sticking To a Budget

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Many people worry that they have to compromise socializing to save money. Rather, frame it as prioritizing your social agenda. This Financial Literacy Month, don’t let the fear of missing out–or FOMO–tank the steps you have made to stick to a budget. Keeping your social life in check with your budget takes planning. I have suffered […]

Financial Literacy Month: 3 Tips for Sticking To a Budget

Financial Literacy.

A key way to be responsible with your finances is creating a budget and keeping it. Knowing where every penny of your hard-earned money is goes allows you to trim excess spending and save for life plans such as family events, traveling, and retirement. April is not only when your taxes are due but it is also […]

From Stress to Success in the City: 4 Tips For Achieving Success When Moving

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In American culture, most young people idealize the thought of picking up our life and moving to our “dream” destination. This is especially true for those who have recently graduated from college and are ready to start life on their own. Once the initial excitement of moving wears away, navigating life in a new city […]

Finito If You’ve Been Unemployed 6 Months+ ? On MSNBC

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I don’t have to read the data to know the answer. I just listen to person after person tell me one story after another: Viviana, I have an Ivy League degree under my belt. Once I switched from electrical engineering to public service, I haven’t been able to get a job. I’m trying to stop […]