Top 10 New Year's Resolutions for 2011
By Kathryn Knight
November 19, 2010
4. Save Money
As a student, you may be wondering, “where am I even going to get money to save?!” It may be difficult to make more money as a student but it’s certainly easy to cut back in some areas. Consider shopping at low-cost supermarkets like Aldi or cutting your trips to Starbucks down to once a week.
What am I saving my money for? It helps to have some cash on hand after graduation—just in case getting a job by June doesn’t quite work out for you. This money can be used for road trips to job interviews or to help chip in for groceries with your parents.
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