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Building Financial Credit as a College Student

When I was younger, hearing the word “credit score” really meant nothing to me. As I grew older and began working odd jobs, my parents opened up a debit card for me to start saving money. A debit card soon turned into a credit card in my senior year of high school. I know what […]

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6 Amazon Items Every Career/ College Girl Needs

Amazon. I’m not really sure how I lived my life before Amazon. Am I being dramatic? Probably. But now that I’ve had Amazon Prime for over a year and am able to order/receive pretty much everything I need within 2 days and get discounts at Whole Foods Grocery, I can’t go back. Amazon Prime – […]

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Don’t Interview Without These 4 Essentials

If you’ve been to an interview, you understand the mix of emotions everyone feels. You’re super thrilled to be there, but also super stressed to make the best impression. An exciting new opportunity could lie on the other side of the day, but first, you’ve got to showcase your best self and why you would […]

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Creating the Perfect College Resume

Ever since I can remember, I’ve had a resume. I saw my two older sisters making one when they were in college and high school, so my middle school self thought, “Hey, I must need to make one too!” Of course all it had was a few volunteering jobs and one baby sitting job, but […]

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7 Books All GirlBosses Should Read in 2019

“This is a man’s world”. Throughout history, women have been put down time and time again. However, with recent events and everyday movements by every amazing woman out there, we’re making changes for the better and we’re not giving up. We’re stronger, better, and smarter than we were before and are only continuing to grow. […]

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Applying for Jobs: How to Stay Organized

As we enter into the end of January and head into February, seniors in college everywhere are beginning to look at their calendars with excitement and… a little dread, honestly. At least I know I did! Being a senior during the fall semester is usually fun and exciting. The prospects of what the future holds […]

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