I had some issues with the financial aid office this year – I thought there was a mix up with my costs for next school year, but it turns out there wasn’t. Then, I got a little angry, because I started thinking about how much money college costs and the stupid little things they charge you an arm and a leg for. If I wasn’t already three years and how many thousands of dollars deep, I would completely rethink college altogether, but in this day and age, you can’t really get by without a college education. Damned if you do, damned if you don’t. Anyway..that’s why I created this blog, to find ways to cut costs while you’re in college, to somewhat make college more affordable! I found this group of images humorous because although they’re sad, they’re very true. A bit of comic relief in the sad abyss of college costs. Enjoy!
Well, now that the semester is over, some of you may be anticipating a new move over the summer or for next semester. I, myself, am searching for a new apartment at the moment, and let me tell you, it is not easy when you have a small budget. So, I figured I’d search the web for a great set of tips to find affordable housing that works for you. Thanks to HowStuffWorks here’s a list of 10 tips for finding cheap housing. Good luck in your moving ventures!
Sorry for my absence over finals! I’m back now, and I am going to try to post at least twice a week, since I won’t have to worry about homework until August.
Who doesn’t love spending their days off sitting at home in comfy clothes doing, well, pretty much nothing? Wouldn’t it make it better if you could make money without leaving home? Of course it would.
Thanks to the Money Saving Mom, here’s 25+ ideas for earning an income from the comfort of your home. You can keep your summer job and earn a little more on the side (you know, to put away to pay for your books come fall!).