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Time for a little update on your favorite Guatemalan telenovela… Last time I updated, the big piece of news was that our land development’s deeds got approved!!
We all know that buying a pre-owned car is the smart financial choice, but when buying a car with a good bit of mileage under its belt, it pays to know which cars are most reliable.
Its no secret that mobile gaming is on the rise, over the past few years the advances in mobile technology have meant gaming on the go has reached a whole new level. Whether your game is Angry Birds or roulette there is a mobile device out there for you. This info-graphic from JackpotCity.co.uk shows how over the past few years gaming has developed. We don’t know for certain what the future of mobile technology holds, but it certainly looks exciting.
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.