The Ultimate Off-Campus Student Housing Needs List : The Saturday Weekend Review #232

DON’T PACK MORE THAN YOU NEED WHEN MOVING AWAY FOR SCHOOL.   I’m already getting emails from students asking for advice about moving into their first apartment to attend University or College. I thought student housing would be an excellent topic to discuss before students rush out and spend money on things they really don’t need. When we are younger we have a preconceived notion about what living on our own is like because we typically associate living at home to be the same but on a smaller scale. It is and it isn’t which is why you don’t need to hire a moving truck unless you plan to stick around for a long time. When students start returning back to town typically we see trucks and U-haul trailers filled with stuff for students living off campus. Most first-year students tend to stay on campus because student residence is a great place to meet people. It’s also a security blanket for many who also have meal cards and eat at the university and college as well. Other students who may have older siblings at the same school or a few friends may opt to rent a house or 3 bedroom […]

Is Parenting easier when you are considered rich? : The Saturday Weekend Review #125

MONEY DOES NOT REPLACE LOVE   Parenting has only partly to do with money and everything to do with love and a desire to be the best parent(s) you can be. We’ve talked about the definition of rich and how it has different meanings for everyone in the past on CBB. For most people we associate “rich” with the rich and famous A-listers, musicians and famous people like the Kardashians. There are also rich people worth millions who aren’t famous and those who are rich because they don’t have much to worry about financially with all of their bases covered. Rich to some people may also be someone who has a great career, who owns a home, a car or even someone who has no debt. The dual-income family may also fall into this category. In other words if you have cash to spare and no debt you should have money to burn and you must be taking advantage of the easy life because you can. This is all wrong and based solely on assumptions. Money in parenting only helps to pay for food, clothing, daycare or the babysitter and all the other necessities some of which you can get […]

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