3 Must-See Amusement Parks

Even if amusement parks are designed for kids, I still think they’re one of the best ways to bring out the inner child in anyone and are a good day trip for student travel. There are tons of crazy parks across the country, and I’ve put together a list of my top 3 favorites. Read More

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Bibliographies made easy

You’ve been working diligently on a paper for hours, paragraph by dense paragraph. You type that last sentence, but before you can breathe a sigh of relief, you remember you still have to do a bibliography or works cited. What’s the point of that list tacked on at the end of the paper? No one really reads those things, do they? And why do they have to be exactly right?
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4 Rules of Discount Voucher Sites

Keeping your bank account flush with cash requires a lot of hard work. Voucher sites—such as Groupon, LivingSocial, Eversave and College Budget—can make it easy to get great deals on the stuff you already buy (or the stuff you want to do, but couldn’t afford to do at full price). They conveniently show up in your inbox each morning, and it’s all too tempting to focus on the bargain, click “buy” and get your printable coupon. Read More

Affordable Beauty Tips: Acne Care

Dealing with acne was bad enough in high school and if it still plagues you in college it can be even harder. Stress can be a major cause of acne breakouts and the increased stress of college life lead to breakouts happening at the absolute worst times. Buying special acne treatments can be too expensive for someone on a college student’s budget and even spending the money, as anyone who’s suffered from acne knows, doesn’t always guarantee clearer skin. Sadly there is no magic cure for acne but there are some things that you can do to help treat it that won’t cost a fortune.
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Tips on Choosing a Major

By the end of your sophomore year, most students have already decided on their major(s) or at least have a good idea of what it will be. However, if you are one of the many students who enter college not knowing what they want to study, then that is perfectly okay! To get the ball rolling on selecting your majors, here are a few advice and suggestions:
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Summer Blockbuster Movies Preview

This summer when you’ve got nothing to do and need to stay cool, there’s no place better to venture than a local movie theatre! Every summer, blockbuster films draw in crowds for a variety of genres, including action, adventure, comedy, and everything in between. And this year is no different, so make sure you’re prepared for everything these potential blockbuster movies have to offer:
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What sports teach you about life

The wide world of sports can cover a wide range of aspects of life, including being a great way to learn about ourselves. Competitive sports from youth and intramural events to professional sports aren’t just about coming out on top and being successful, they can be a difference maker in an individual understanding their abilities as well as their limitations, and the impact they can make with a team. Read More

Microwave Meals

Whether you live in a dorm and want to save money on your meal plan or are an apartment dweller that doesn’t always trust their cooking skills, recipes for cooking with your microwave can really come in handy. They’re quick, easy and affordable and there are hundreds of them out there online and they prove that just because you cook something in the microwave doesn’t mean that it came out of a package! Read More