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Today I am thrilled to have Lauren Davidson guest post about the benefits of studying abroad. As someone who has studied abroad, I can attest that it is a wonderful thing to do. It is also the one thing that I would always get asked about on my resume.What Employers See When They Find a […]Continue reading
Frequently asked financial questions are questions that I’ve seen pop up over and over again. I thought I’d take the time to answer them in this new Series. So each post will have a short quick answer to these frequently asked financial questions followed by a longer more detailed answer. Today I will answer, How can I afford […]Continue reading
Less Debt More Wine is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com. As you may have seen from some of my debt accountability posts, I travel for work . . . a lot.Traveling […]Continue reading
I’m going to Paris in 2017, I’ve decided it’s happening. Have I booked my flight? No. Have I booked my hotel? No. Do I already have a ton of money saved up for the trip? Not at all. So how am I planning to go to Paris? I’m going to travel hack my way there, […]Continue reading
I just got back from D.C. and it was a fantastic trip. The best part? The total cost of my D.C. on a budget trip? $253.06Total for the Trip = $253.06Here is the breakdown:Gifts for Others: $43.61I picked up some stocking stuffers (yes, I buy stocking stuffers in February) and birthday gifts.Gifts for Me: $1.01I […]Continue reading