College meal plans have long been disputed. Are they healthy? Are they worth it? Are they optional? Here’s what you should consider.
There was a time in your life when you couldn’t wait to be a grown up. Now, here you are and sometimes it seems like it’s all bills and responsibility. Well hang in there; we’ve got some words of encouragement on this whole #adulting thing.
It takes all kinds of kinds. The earlier you learn this, the better. But here's our little secret, this is actually the case in all aspects of life; high school, adult life, etc. but it's never quite as obvious as it is in college...
can be IS expensive, don't let anyone tell you it's not. But it doesn't have to be ridiculously spendy, as long as you're not ridiculously loose with your cash.
This doesn't translate to simply not being mean, because believe it or or not, we understand most people's main goal in life isn't to be flat out rude, obnoxious and well, mean to others. And you probably fall under that most people category. What it does translate to is being purposefully NICE, not just not mean.
Everyone’s journey to finding a college or university that’s right for him or her is diverse; therefore it’s difficult to pinpoint the ideal approach. However, we’ve decided to utilize our combined personal experiences and compile a list of what we feel are best practices.
We were taught at a young age that everyone is different, and that we were to accept people for who they were in spite of those differences. But sometimes this acceptance falls short in certain categories. One of those categories being college financial status.