Isn't it funny that some of our happiest, most exciting, and carefree years--our college years--are also some of our poorest?
If you're the parent of a teenager, you're probably well aware that it's prom season.
Making a budget is easy, but sticking with it? Not so simple.
Happy St. Patrick's Day! If you're not in the party mood, why not skip today's drunken nonsense and curl up on the couch with some traditional Irish grub (Shepherd's Pie, anyone?) and an Irish-themed movie marathon?
I'll admit, from November through the first week of March I'm mostly a casual college hoops fan.
I'm not typically a Pinterest-project kinda girl. Sure, I like casually scrolling through cute DIY project ideas while I'm watching TV, but I often find myself rolling my eyes at some of the more elaborate "hacks." If it takes you two months and $600 to put together, it's not a hack--just sayin'.
Can you believe that we've had two months in a row with a Friday the 13th? Is it a sign of the apocalypse? Or maybe... a zombie apocalypse??
Getting your tax refund might feel like a big windfall, but if you don't have a solid plan for that money, it can disappear in the blink of an eye.
By now you have either filed or are in the process of getting ready to file your taxes. The lucky ones will end up getting a refund from the IRS, but some people will end up owing money come April 15th.