Regardless of which subject area you plan to pursue in college, the living arrangements you choose can make a big difference in your academic success. Generally speaking, you have two main options: living in the dorms or getting an apartment of your own. Both can work depending on your personal needs. Pros and Cons of Dorms v. An Apartment
For a limited time you can grab this Razor Jr. Twisti Turtle Scooter for only $13.05 (reg. $44.99!). This scooter is perfect for children ages 18 months and up and supports riders up to 55 pounds. It also promotes gross motor skill development as kids move the handlebars side to side to propel themselves AND Twisti’s eyes move as the handlebars turn! Even better, shipping is FREE with a Super Saver
Today, many adults who work full-time are making the decision to go back and get their post secondary degree. Oftentimes, these individuals have been in the workforce for several years, but don’t feel they are progressing in their career. Consider just a few of the reasons why post secondary degrees are so appealing to working adults who want to achieve more in their line of
After a long day at work the last thing I want to do is come home and cook. Unfortunately, by the time I get home at five-thirty I AM STARVING! Due to this fact, I prefer to cook quick easy meals on weeknights so I can resist the urge to pick up fast food eat as soon as possible. This list of quick dinners includes everything from
My senior year of college was the first time I ever lived on my own. It was also the first time I had to manage a food budget, living expenses, and my finances in general. To say I was overwhelmed would be an understatement. Luckily for me, there were tons of easy ways to save money as a college student. These back to college money
In my family we always brought a bagged lunch to school. Not only was this a cheaper option, but the food my mom made was MUCH better than anything you could find in the school cafeteria. Now, my little brother and nephew both prefer to take a lunch to school as well. Here are a few easy ways to save on school lunches. 1.
After a long day at school (or work!) who doesn’t love to come home to a delicious after school snack!? While everyone wants one it can be tricky to find the time or energy to make a snack before dinner. These unique treats are quick to make and will soothe every craving. From sweet to savory this list has a snack for everyone. Yum! Quick
Packing school lunches is a chore my husband and I regularly fight over – that’s what a pain it is. I often acquiesce because it means seven minutes of alone time before everyone else comes down in the morning. But the worst part of packing lunches is hunting down enough plastic reusable containers and matching lids to put everything in (we don’t use throwaway lunch bags). Then
Are you sniffling, sneezing, coughing, aching, and fighting through the symptoms to stay awake and put two thoughts together? It’s that time of year again when colds descend, as they have in my house. I don’t mind taking a few days of decongestants or medications for relief, but when the colds stretch on and on, I turn to home remedies to avoid overmedicating. They are
Back to school deals for 2014 are here! Even if you don’t have kids right now is the best time of year to stock up on home office or craft supplies. Here are the best deals we’ve found this week. Prices may vary by region so be sure to check with your local store. Here are the best back to school deals this week.
Just a heads up that on Monday, Aug. 25 we are launching a back to school giveaway with a $50 Staples gift card!!! The contest runs Aug 25-29, 2014. I’m psyched to receive some of the hot items Staples has this back to school season as part of this giveaway. Even though my kids are not school age just yet, my home office needs replenishing. In
One of my best friends just spent five days achy and feverish. Every time I would call or text to check in, she reminded me: get your flu shot! With flu season embarking upon us, you may be looking for somewhere to get free or cheap flu shots to keep yourself and your family protected. WebMD reports it’s best to get your flu shot in
Now is the time of the year when parents run out to the store to get nice new school supplies for their kids. Parents are told that they need these for the school year. Well, guess what? Most of these items did NOT get used up last year, but people go out and buy new ones anyway. What happens to the unused school supplies? They end