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Why I Think Everyone Should Attend Community College

While going through high school, I had always assumed that community college was something that people did because they did not have the grades or the money to attend a university. I would never have guessed that I would be eating my own words not a year after graduation. When I finished my senior year, Read more about Why I Think Everyone Should Attend Community College[…]

My First Steps As A Recent Graduate

I will never forget the period of time immediately following my college graduation, finally entering my long-anticipated post-graduate life. Those first two months contained more life events than I ever thought possible: I graduated from college, moved into my new apartment, got engaged, started my first job, and complete financial independence from my parents. In Read more about My First Steps As A Recent Graduate[…]

How I Save Money On Medical Expenses

Since graduating from college, getting married and starting my life as an independent adult I have quickly discovered the expenses that add up the most quickly and extensively: medical expenses. It’s unbelievable how quickly these can accumulate. I’ve already written a post on how you can save yourself hundreds of dollars by questioning claims through Read more about How I Save Money On Medical Expenses[…]

My 5 First Steps Towards Financial Independence

Within two years of my college graduation I had started a new job, moved to a new city and officially started my adult life. During that time period, I learned a great deal on starting out as a financially independent adult and assembling the building blocks needed for long-term success. With that in mind, I Read more about My 5 First Steps Towards Financial Independence[…]