Tips for College Freshman to Become Financially Independent

     For many young people, college is a perfect time to become responsible and independent from their parents. That’s precisely what I’ve had on my mind when my freshman year just started. From the very beginning, I had some difficulties with humanities and with all the essays that professors assigned within these disciplines. I couldn’t do all the homework myself, so I had to … Continue reading Tips for College Freshman to Become Financially Independent

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Guest Post: Simple Suggestions to Keep Grocery Expenses in Check

      Running a household is no less difficult than managing a business. Just like a business can’t be managed without a plan, one can’t run a house without a budget. And with the costs of all items spiraling upwards, making a budget is the only way to run a household and keep your sanity intact at the same time. If your grocery bills … Continue reading Guest Post: Simple Suggestions to Keep Grocery Expenses in Check

Preparing for Memorial Day is Easy with Coohpons

     Memorial Day weekend is right around the corner and all the children in our neighborhood are just buzzing with excitement. The Memorial Day weekend is also the opening of pool season in our area, and I’ve already had requests as to where the pool passes and the bathing suits are. Each year to celebrate Memorial Day during the long weekend (schools and businesses … Continue reading Preparing for Memorial Day is Easy with Coohpons

6 Tips to Raising a Family Without Losing Your Mind

      Raising a family is the hardest but most rewarding job you can do. It can; however, take a toll on parents and caretakers. With all the different schedules and obligations each member of the family has, it can be hard to keep up. Here are six tips to make keeping up a little easier. 1. Vacation Take a vacation. Vacations are truly … Continue reading 6 Tips to Raising a Family Without Losing Your Mind