“He was killed while walking into his house by a stray bullet from a drug deal gone wrong.”
So here’s my recommendation: pick up at least one of these books before you head to school in August.
Go have fun with your friends that you haven’t seen since Christmas! But don’t spend a single penny because you don’t have any babysitting set up!
Whatever your financial status is, I’m sure you’ll agree that getting a scholarship is better than racking up student loans and credit card debt in college.
Post-grad life is exciting and bright and new and scary and weird and you’re going to learn a lot about yourself over the next couple of months.
Saving money is hard, no matter what your end goal is. But it is NOT impossible!
Don’t let the anxiety of what the future holds consume you
Learners who performed well in their classes are the ones who are well-supported by their parents and who reside in a positive milieu.
We’re not very good at sticking to what we say we’ll do. Our thoughts and actions often diverge without us having much control over it.
Don’t commit to an organization or hobby you’re not in love with, especially if you have to pay to participate.