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"According to a 2016 Bank of America study, a whopping third of smartphone users surveyed think of their device first thing in the morning before a cup of coffee, brushing their teeth, or even their significant other."
"No matter which newsletter(s) you choose, skimming a special, curated newsletter serves you better compared to relying on social media platforms."
"For the next six months, I put away half of each paycheck. I pretended that money didn’t exist."
"If you’re planning to move to a new city, a sublet may be a good choice for your first housing option."
"It helps to know which common grocery items are accidentally vegan, or products not created to be vegan but are."
"Avoid making a spontaneous, quick move to accept a long-distance job offer, even if you’re a recent college graduate."
"I had a long-delinquent bill from Comcast. The problem? I was never a Comcast customer."
"Are there courses within your major you can take abroad? Is your course load flexible? Consult your curriculum for major(s), concentration(s), and/or minor(s)."
"According to Pew Research Center, podcast listenership doubled in 2015 compared to 2008. And since there are so many podcasts out there, it can be overwhelming to choose one."
"If you’re like me, you don’t want your social media presence to linger after you’ve passed. There’s a legal procedure for including your social media accounts through estate planning. Some estate planning agencies include digital assets in their services."
"You can drop everything and enroll in an intensive web development code school. You can even pay for classes through sites like General Assembly. Or you can do it for free, like me."