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5 Money Mistakes Hurting Your Net Worth

We measure ourselves against our peers, probably in more ways than we can count. However comparing each other financially seems to stick out among the rest, whether it be cars, houses, vacations, you name it.

It’s unbelievably easy to make one’s life look amazing through the power of social media, and it can really create a distorted reality for young folks such as us to chase. Continue reading “5 Money Mistakes Hurting Your Net Worth”

Defined By What You Wear – 5 Ways Buying Things Won’t Make You Happy

I know a certain someone: that someone has amassed a shoe collection spanning two walls and a closet. Somewhere to the tune of over 80 pairs of shoes.That’s basically saying you wear one pair of shoes 4 times a year. Not to mention the countless dress socks that could fill a bathtub. I won’t say who but that person buys more clothes in one month than I probably do in a year. Continue reading “Defined By What You Wear – 5 Ways Buying Things Won’t Make You Happy”

Splitting the Check: A Millennial’s Nightmare

As a growing millennial, there are fewer social customs that can frighten themselves more than dealing with the end-of-the-meal check. We were at a nice¬†low key sushi joint in downtown Seattle. However with all places nowadays we are faced with ever soaring prices. Prices that would bring my grandma to tears. Continue reading “Splitting the Check: A Millennial’s Nightmare”

How To Survive On A College Budget

I have a secret for you. College is expensive.

Don’t believe me? Between paying for tuition, parking, textbooks, extra fees and to top it all off, living expenses! Now you tell me. How much money do you have leftover? Continue reading “How To Survive On A College Budget”

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