make money on the side as a college student

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A few months ago, I did a similar post called College Student Discounts, and since then I have found other ways of making money. Being a full-time college student on the route to medical school is hard to keep a job because classes are so time-consuming. Having to save money for tuition, textbook, and other expenses is not an easy thing to do. View Post

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what you didn't think you needed for college - Timeless Brunette

As most of you know, I didn’t stay in a dorm or have to travel to go to college, but I did learn from my friends’ mistakes. I decided to talk about the essential items you probably didn’t you would need. Whether you ate a freshman or not you need to know how to pack before you make the big move!
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Game Day! College football is a BIG deal in Texas. You know what they say. “Everything is bigger and better in Texas.” We grow up tailgating, dressing up from head to toe, and attending every game we can. It is a great environment knowing that everyone comes together for the one thing they have in common.

Game day apparel is important! You never know when you are going to appear on the camera! Most of the time I do wear casual outfits, a little accessorizing goes a long way. Today, I have partnered with Simply Be Tees to bring you the cutest game day outfit. If you live in Texas, this is your place to shop for game day tees, all under $30! Everything on the website is so cute and affordable. Plus, she has the comfiest sweatshirts ever. Stay tuned for a blog post featuring my favorite one! ALSO, stick till the end of the post for an exciting announcement! View Post

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jadelynn brooke, timeless brunette, shelly pineda, college advice, college is not what it seems

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As a high school student, I was always in love with the idea of being a college student. I was ready to live the college life to its fullest potential. The idea of getting more freedom, making new friends, and maybe even meeting my future husband always excited me, but I realized that college was not all fun and games. It’s a huge responsibility. Thinking that my whole life depends on one degree freaks me out so much. The transition to college has been so hard. There isn’t a day that goes by where I don’t second guess my choices. “Is this degree for me? Can I make it out?” View Post

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