How do you try to cut stress out of your time at the airport? Do you take advantage of discounted airport parking?
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March is Women’s History Month and when the lovely Shannon from Financially Blonde asked me and a group of other fierce female bloggers if we wanted to take part in Women’s Power Wednesday (where every Wednesday in March a group of us will highlight some of our favorite female bloggers) I said YES! YES! YES
I know as a blogger, especially a female-debt-personal-finance-blogger, I am opening myself up to criticism every time I publish a new post. Let’s be honest. People love to judge. Especially a subject as gossipy as how a Girl in massive debt spends her money!
Robert Hiltonsmith of Demos asks a provocative question. In short, what is the long-term financial cost for a student that incurs debt in the pursuit of higher education? Mr. Hiltonsmith notes that student debt has skyrocketed over the past decade, quadrupling from just $240 billion in 2003 to more than $1 trillion today. Moreover, if current borrowing patterns continue, student debt levels will reach $2 trillion in 2025.
Every year, celebrities attend the Oscars, and they receive amazing swag bags filled with things they don’t need — and that they can probably afford with relative ease.