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It’s spring break time for college students! If that doesn’t spell white sandy beaches for you this year, don’t worry. There are plenty of ways to have fun without planning a lavish week-long trip. No doubt you’ve heard of “staycations” … Continue reading
Spring break is right around the corner, and for many, the much needed break could not come any sooner. With the harsh winter weather of recent, a warm destination is probably more than welcome. If you don’t have your break … Continue reading
I worked most spring breaks so none of them were all that great. One year I worked close to a 70 hour week and was looking forward to Friday because it was St. Patrick’s Day and I could finally let… Continue reading
Winter feels like it has gone on forever, I’m ready for a little break. Are you feeling the same way? It happens that Spring Break is right around the corner (technically it doesn’t exist in the corporate world). Still everybody… Continue reading
Be safe. Don’t talk to strangers. And don’t drink tap water. Typical advice from your parents before leaving on spring break. But since I’m not your parent (and won’t be giving the parental spring break advice myself for about 20… Continue reading
Sure, you’ve only been back to school for a month or maybe less, but it’s already time to start thinking about spring break. Planning ahead can mean saving some big money when break time comes. Now is the time to… Continue reading
Last year I made a list of about 10 New Year’s resolutions. I’d say I kept about a third of them. Some were too vague, some very specific, but with the entire year to get them done, I put some… Continue reading
On May 16, the shackles of blue book exams, bad campus food and eccentric professors fell off my exhausted shoulders, and I, along with many others, found myself thrust into the exciting yet unfamiliar world of post-graduation. My alma-mater is… Continue reading