With a 45-minute commute, a fast-paced career and a dislike for cleaning the kitchen daily, I’ve always been fascinated by the idea of freezer cooking.
Congratulations–there’s a job offer on the table with your name on it. Now all you have to do is convince your employer to pay you what you want.
Searching for an apartment can be overwhelming, and trying to find a nice place to call home while sticking to a budget can get tricky.
Since some of us learn better by hearing bad examples — so let’s talk about four critical things to avoid when trying to maintain a positive image for your startup.
So you’ve rented your first apartment as a full-grown adult person. It’s affordable, it’s somewhat small and it’s yours — well, yours, and your three roommates’
Recent college graduates are more in debt than ever before. When you combine substantial credit card debt with crippling student loan payments, it may look like that financially secure future is moving farther and farther away.
Sure, we’re young and awesome now, but one day we’ll trade in our mountain bikes for replacement hips. The great news? Think beaches and hosting sandcastle tournaments every day. There’s just one thing standing in our way: money.
more than three percent of graduates have more than $100,000 in debt attached to their name.
Imagine trading in your daily bus ride or drive for the option of rolling straight out of bed and over to your home office.