From my experiences I have learned that tuition, room and board, lab fees and medical insurance are not the only expenses you will need to plan for.
I Googled “Ways to Save” and found 364 million articles.
There are many ways you can save on things like electricity. Shutting off something as simple as a computer monitor will save you a bundle.
I started doing this particular series several years ago and every year I am amazed at the stories I hear from listeners.
At least one lawmaker thinks distractions by idle chatter and cell phone conversations on Beacon Hill, are to say the least, disrespectful.
Your cell phone may be spying on you.
Danish researchers can offer some reassurance if you’re concerned about your cellphone: Don’t worry. Your device is probably safe.
Whether it’s in restaurants, at the grocery store or behind the wheel, it seems people are always on their cell phones. That got one viewer curious.
As I wait in line at businesses or even drive on the road, people are too much into their cell phones anymore! I think there should be a National Cell Phone Shut Off Day, to make people realize how life existed before cell phones. – Robert, Littleton
Will potential cancer danger make you quit cell phones?
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