How to Save a Little Money at Lunch Time (So ...

August 18, 2017 | Posted by Karina Rovey

We all get hungry at school. And unfortunately, at school, we do not have our kitchen cupboards at our disposal. So, anything to curb your hunger you have to bring from home. Or buy. I normally bring my food from home. Occasionally, I’ll end up buying a cafeteria lunch or purchasing a snack from the […]

 

A Sweet and Cheap Summer Drink in 3 Easy Step...

July 12, 2017 | Posted by Karina Rovey

There’s nothing more refreshing than a cool, sweet lemonade on a hot summer’s day, right? Actually, there’s something better and almost just as easy to make: a lemonade slushy. Lemonade slushies are my favorite snack/drink during the summer time. The best part about them is they’re so simple to make. All you need is: 1 […]

 

How to Finally Stop Over-Spending on Vacation...

May 24, 2017 | Posted by Emily Briggs

For me, vacations are the financial equivalent of a gasoline fire starting in my piggy bank. Now, since summer is almost here I am yet again faced with vacation season. This year, though, I have decided to stop spending so much money on vacation. I still want the same experience, but without the same price […]

 

How to Have Fun With Friends When You’r...

April 26, 2017 | Posted by Emily Briggs

It seems like the social norm for hanging out with friends is to do something that involves spending money. However, I don’t make enough money to fund a trip out to eat and a movie every Friday night. Nor do I make enough for bowling every Saturday or a lunch out with friends on Sunday […]

 

3 Awesome Scholarships You Don’t Want t...

February 22, 2017 | Posted by Jenna Johnson

Younger students can get so caught up in other things during their busy lives. Before you know it, you’re a senior in high school and getting ready for college. The only problem with that is college costs money. Lots of money. No wonder the number one thing that most college students struggle with is paying […]

 

The One Big Reason Scholarships Are Important...

February 8, 2017 | Posted by Eva Baker

There are many options out there to pay for college. You can be born into a wealthy family. You could have parents willing to go into debt for your education. You could go into massive student loan debt yourself. Or you could work hard to earn scholarship money to put yourself through school. Since we […]