As a college student living on a tight budget, it’s not always easy justifying spending a few extra bucks on Starbucks or eating out once a week. Justifying these little extras is a lot easier when I have accumulated extra spending money. While picking up a side hustle (and committing to it) can be incredibly time consuming, here are three resources I use to earn extra spending money that let me work at my pace.
Smart phones are notorious for having the capability to connect millions of people over the Internet, through a variety of applications. These days, it’s easy to forget that those things we always seem to have our hands on can be useful tools rather than distractions. There are many smart phone applications that are dedicated entirely to saving you money (holy crap, isn’t that cool!?). Here are my favorite money-saving apps that I think you need to download ASAP.
Last semester, Tucker got me a job working at our school’s auditorium. I resisted for a long time, doubting I would benefit from this experience (other than a paycheck). After just a few weeks, I had made some great friends and learned a lot – a lot more than I was anticipating. Here are the things I’ve learned in just a semester working at an auditorium.
As you may know from reading my reflection on 2015, I experienced a lot, often painful, growth in 2015. I intend to make 2016 a fantastic year in all facets of my life. Since I have changed and grown over the last year, I want to take this time to re-introduce myself and my blog to my readers, both new and old.