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Eco-Friendly and Wallet-Friendly

Scientists, treehuggers, and Al Gore have made it crystal clear that unless we start cleaning up our act, the planet we leave our children will be little more than a smoking, overheated ball of smelly waste. Sadly, trying to save the world by buying a hybrid car and installing solar panels ...

By Chris Zoia on 6/30/08

The Frugal Traveler Does Europe

Since back in the days of Peter the Great, there have been few travel routes more coveted than a jaunt around Europe. It’s a classic journey, no doubt. But who has the money? All those pints of bitter, baguettes, and barrels of oil really add up, especially if you...

By Christopher Schonberger on 6/10/08

How Did You Spend Your Stimulus?

Do you wonder what became of all the tax rebates handed out in the last couple months? How I Spent My Stimulus features user-uploaded stories and photos detailing what they did with their gift from Dubya. It’s sort of interesting to look at the categories...

By Christopher Schonberger on 6/02/08

10 Myths About Life After College

Our guest blogger today is Kristen Fischer, author of Ramen Noodles, Rent, and Resumes: An After College Guide to Life...

By Gradspot Dot Com on 6/02/08

Cheat Sheets for New Chefs

If anyone’s leading the “Web 2.0” charge these days it’s foodies—we’ve already brought you sites that tell you what flavors go together or offer meal recommendations based on your mood. But while those are pretty fun to play around with, this week I’ve found two sites that may have even more practical use...

By Joan Mitchell on 5/29/08

Guest Blog: Christine Hassler on "Smart Slacking"

Christine Hassler is a life coach and speaker, and she's author of the new book 20 Something Manifesto. In the following excerpt from her book, Hassler describes the art of “smart slacking.” To learn more about her writings...

By Gradspot Dot Com on 5/27/08

Gradwatch on the NYT

In another edition of “Gradwatch on the NYT,” we troll The New York Times for grad-related stories that might have slipped through the cracks...

By Dan Marley on 5/19/08

Free Donald's? The Greatest Day Ever Continues...

It’s a perfect storm! Just as I’m beginning to feel physically ill from free iced coffee day at Dunkin’ Donuts (you can’t argue with the Flavorcaster, even when it says “blueberry”), this news hits me: It’s also FREE CHICKEN SANDWICH DAY at McDonald’s...

By Christopher Schonberger on 5/15/08

Top Ten Ways to Drop $600

Starting this month, those coveted $600 tax rebates from the government will start hitting the mailboxes of recent grads who kept it real last year and didn’t make very much money. The big question is...

By Christopher Schonberger on 5/06/08

Take the One-Year $1 Million Challenge

How can you become a millionaire by the time you retire? Maybe you have a “million dollar idea” or are well on your way to rising up the ranks in the finance world. You’re on the right track, but it’s going to take some work...

By Dan Marley on 4/17/08
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