Most of the people I know opted for relaxing, beach-style honeymoons where they could lounge around and recover from their weddings. My husband and I, however, had both dreamed about honeymooning in some of Europe’s most romantic cities.
As millennials, we all know how hard it is to save money. Between student loans, ever-rising living costs and salaries that are most likely mediocre at best, our savings goals are apt to get shoved on the back burner as we attempt to navigate the challenges of adulthood in all their money-sucking glory.
After graduation, I’d be in $10,000 worth of debt. I still didn’t know what kind of job I’d have, or how long it would take me to find one. More importantly, I needed to find a way to pay off my debt before the interest started accruing.
Let’s talk about freelancing. Current location: A coffee shop in Casablanca, Morocco, where I’m working on several assignments that are due this week.
Sometimes navigating through life isn’t so easy. And we often look for ways to do our daily tasks faster, smarter and more efficiently. Are you struggling with falling asleep at night or trying to find more space in your closet? These nifty life hacks can help you conquer it all.
Several years ago I did some traveling through Central America, and a big part of the reason I was able to afford back-to-back vacations was that I stayed at hostels throughout each trip.
Purchasing your first car in a big deal. It’s a great lesson in finances, too. Whether you’re looking for something new or used, Dr. Sean Stein Smith is ready to answer you car-buying questions to help you get on the road with the best deal possible.
Warning: The average U.S. college student takes 21 years to pay off a bachelor’s degree. Resist the urge to scream. Here’s how to make sure debt doesn’t bury you.
As long as there are humans living on Planet Earth, there’s going to need to be food to feed all of us. And that food has to be grown somewhere, by someone.