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How to Land a Job in Law

Ever fancied a career in law? Along with medicine, law is often viewed as one of the most challenging career fields. Many people think that education is enough, but usually other steps need to be taking to ensure you stand out from all the other law school grads. Here...

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10 Ways to Make an Extra $500 Each Month

When my hubby and I decided to pay off our $117,000 of student loan debt in just three years, we knew we’d have to drastically cut our expenses.  Saving money helps, but at a certain point, it’s impossible to save more. We already had a bare bones budget, so we needed...

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Gift Ideas for the Adventurous Guy

Have a guy in your life that lives and breathes adventure? If he’s not jumping out of a perfectly good plane, he’s hiking, biking, or doing extreme sports. If he’s an avid outdoorsman, he might seem like he has everything. But if he’s got a birthday coming up (or you...

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What Millennials Want in a Rental

Millennials get a bad rap for being lazy and entitled—the truth is this generation really just knows what they want. They know that after graduating college they’re going to be up against plenty of challenges when trying to find a job and a place to live, so they’re...

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Tips for Your Autumn Beauty Routine

Autumn is finally here and that means it’s time to pull out your scarves, play in color-changing leaves, and bust out those boots you have been missing all summer. It also means that now is the perfect time to switch up your beauty routine to fall more in line with...

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Frugal Millennial

Hi there! I’m Jen. When I finished grad school, I found myself underemployed and buried in student loan debt. I became passionate about helping other young people make smarter financial choices. You CAN achieve financial freedom – I’ll show you how.


  • My Student Loans 64%
  • Husband’s Student Loans 50%
  • Car Loan 27%
  • Emergency Fund 100%

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Checklist – How to Create a Budget

As Dave Ramsey and many other personal finance experts point out, having a budget isn’t about depriving yourself or never having fun....

Ultimate Budget Wedding Guide

The average wedding in the U.S. costs $30,000. Planning a wedding on a budget can be a major headache. Believe it or not, it IS possible to have a fabulous wedding on a tight budget.

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