6 Amazing Halloween Food Deals That Will Make You Full
Today I share with you six awesome steals from all over the web from Panda Express, Smashburger, Popcorn Factory, Dunkin Donuts, Papa Johns, and Creative Snacks. All discounts are 50% off or more. Some expire on Halloween. Act fast.
How To Be A Starbucks Super-Saver with the App
Coffee is an important part of life for many people. Our fascination with this black substance ranges from not being able to function without it in the morning to enjoying a cup of coffee occasionally with friends. In this post, I invite you to explore the Starbucks app. The app has several obvious benefits for Starbucks itself and for its customers.
How to Save Time and Money on Groceries
In this post, we will share practical tips for saving money and time allocated for grocery shopping. We are going to recommend several strategies specifically designed for students because college life has its own unique challenges and objectives.
How to Save Money on Organizing Your Dorm Room
On average, around 40% of college students live on campus. However, there are many schools where close to 90% of students live in university housing. If you are going to stay in a dorm for the next four years, it is important to spend some time making your room feel like home. It will help you to reach your academic goals and unwind after a long day at school.
4 Free Apps for Easily Splitting Bills with Friends
When you are going out with friends, splitting rent or shared expenses with a roommate, or taking a trip in a group, keeping track of shared expenses and splitting the cost can become tricky. There are apps that simplify this process and allow you to send money to friends and relatives with a push of a button. Here is a list of four best free apps for money sharing with friends and relatives.
7 Free Apps to Save Money on College Textbooks
The cost of college textbooks is a significant part of student expenses. Some schools are providing a textbook rental option on campus. However, many students have to buy expensive required textbooks. Luckily, there are apps that allow college students to partially offset these spendings.