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Monthly Archives: June 2009
Garage sales are one of the things I love about summer — right up there with swimming, sweet corn and sandals. If you’re in the process of collecting supplies for your dorm room, or you’re a recent college grad looking… Continue reading
After another long year of hard work, I’ve finished my junior year at UC Berkeley! Yay senior year! Although it’s exciting to reflect back on the last three years and see where they’ve taken me, it’s also nerve-racking knowing that… Continue reading
Chances are I will not utter those words again until I can order off the senior menu at local restaurants. However, today I’m happy to be twenty-five. I had heard about magical auto insurance savings after hitting the big two-five,… Continue reading
This week Wells Fargo announced the results of a recent survey, which shows that parents and their 18 to 22-year-old children don’t always see eye to eye when it comes to managing personal finances. I’m not surprised by this. When… Continue reading
If you’re heading to college orientation this summer, you’ll want to make the most of your visit. You’ll probably be registering for your classes and possibly taking your placement tests during orientation, but there is a lot more you can… Continue reading
Last week, my mail included one of my favorite things that travels to me via the postal service: a DSW reward certificate. Yes, $10 off the next pair of pumps, wedges or sandals I purchase at the discount shoe store…. Continue reading
After my last post, one of our readers correctly noted that it’s not super obvious how to set up a text alert. In addition to replying to his question, I thought I would share it with all of you too…. Continue reading