So, if you spent those 4 days working on blueprints for your 3D-printed house, check out what you missed below.
- Diane Melville, with help from four different scholarship providers, showed us how to write a winning scholarship essay.
- Michael J Cirino thought outside the bun, telling us why tacos are the best food to eat/make on a budget.
- It was “no pain, no gain” for Sarah Barker, as she shared her feelings about completing financial aid forms: this process reminds her of having her wisdom teeth pulled.
- I know you’re not supposed to take in stray animals, but we couldn’t help ourselves with the financial advice dog. (Especially since he showed us how to set up a budget, which is, ironically, man’s actual best friend.)
- Diane returned with advice for community college students wondering what to do if they’ve been placed in remedial classes.
- Evelyn Ngugi sparked a great conversation by outlining two different philosophies when it comes to repaying student loans.
- Intern Shane found some parallels between a drive-thru prank and preparing for a job search in our video of the week.
- Shane also caught up on his “pogo”… telling all of us what financial lessons we can learn from the gang on New Girl.
- We introduced our newest contributor, Susie Boretti—a grad student at Bentley University studying for a master’s in financial planning.
- In our latest comic, we illustrated the worst way to save money this year. And no, it’s not investing in Vine…
Have a favorite post from the past week? Let us know in the comments.