As college students or recent college grads, we're on fairly tight budgets (unless of course you've started a major startup). Though I'm not a big spender/shopper, I've tried to come up with little tips and tricks over the year to save in creative, but not restrictive ways. Check below for 16 tips on making more bang for your buck.
I've had quite a bit of a shopping dilemma this week. I'm planning on going hiking, but realized I had nothing suitable to wear to climb rocks/roots/etc. The last time I went hiking it was fall, so jeans were super comfortable (I also was wearing a walking cast XD), so I'm excited to go in some nicer weather (and on two legs).
When I run in the winter I wear a sweatshirt and leggings, which is TOTALLY unsuitable for hiking in 90 degree (F) weather. In the summer, I wear dresses/skirts while running, which is just as unsuitable for climbing over pretty much anything.
So...I bought my first pair of official running/jogging/loose-enough-that-I'll-be-comfortable-but-won't-chafe pants. In that spirit, here are TEN TIPS on how to get the best deal when you're shopping for clothes.
I am a senior in college studying Bioengineering who loves to cook, bake, decorate, and do all sorts of things. Whether I'm in or out of class my imagination and creativity lets me explore new things! Read more