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How You Can Graduate Debt Free

The following is a guest post from Hannah at Preciously Preserved.  She is a southern gal living in San Diego and blogs about all sorts of subjects including dating, fashion, and even politics.  Thanks Hannah! The decisions one makes is so crucial–especially in this dwindling economy.  Decisions become weightier, money becomes tighter and life becomes a bit more challenging.  I know this.  I grew up in a frugal home – a home where money was tight and we didn’t have extra to throw around.  Decisions were weighed carefully; decisions such as if we could go out to eat, or should we make that extra drive because of gas prices.  Trust me, I understand frugality. I also understand frugality when it comes to talking about college education.  I am a college graduate.  I have a degree in English and a minor Sociology.  It, however, was not without sacrifice and diligence.   I could not sit back on my laurels, party every night, and bask in my parents glorious $100 bills.  I had to work hard for it.  My parents were eager to help and did in many ways, but make no mistake, if I didn’t work hard neither my scholarships nor my parents help … Read more