Providing your child with some sort of assistance is one way towards helping them build a brighter future. To be saddled with debt upon graduation severely restricts a student’s options and risk taking abilities. What a shame it would be to never pursue one’s dreams. When I was in high school I had a choice [...]Read More
I'm 17 years old and attending high school with a 3.36 GPA and hoping to gain scholarships so i can attend college full-time. I consider my self well-rounded and kind. I offer my assistance to others when needed and know what to do in tough situations. I have many friends and they support me. I am open to everybody and love being able to make people smile.
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Fine tune your blog: missions and writing styles Author’s bio: Maria Nedeva is the blogger behind The Money Principle: a personal finance blog that will ‘make your head hurt and your wallet sing’. There she writes about money management, wealth and the changing rules of money. There is no point beating around the bush: we [...]Read More
When I first started blogging, I didn’t even know what a blog was. In fact, my blog started off as a non-blog website. I wanted to teach people about personal finance, something that I have been passionate about since my high school economics class. Ever since that fateful class, my main focus has been finance: [...]Read More
Holy smokes, how did it get to be mid November? I don’t know about you, but for me it really doesn’t feel like Thanksgiving just days away. This is the first year in a while that I don’t have any plans at all for Thanksgiving. Maybe that’s why it has really snuck up on me! [...]Read More
I used to own several motorbikes in my 20s: 1) A Honda CBR 600R, 2) a Ducati 748, and 3) a BMW 1200C cruiser. Each one was a thrill in its own way. Once you start riding you realize there’s no other better method to get around town. Unfortunately, no matter how great a rider [...]Read More