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As most of you know, we are working really hard on getting rid of all of my student loan debt. We’re on track to have them gone by the end of this month, which just feels so awesome! I had around $35,000 to $40,000 of student loan debt accumulated by time I graduated, but I also have 2 undergraduate degrees and a Finance MBA. I know of some people who have $100,000 for one degree, and I can only imagine the burden of that. Please check out the infographic below!

When you observe your children, your students: caught in the act -- the act of KINDNESS, add a ribbon! They get to choose the color, the very ribbon to be added. Let the 'kind-child' choose the spot on the wreath for their ribbon to be tied. If able they can tie it themselves.

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Peace In Living Debt Free Enhance your lives - plain and simple Earning as little as $100 a month more can enhance our lives so much. Check out: dmgifts.TellMeThe... Use the word story for Password and ID Enjoy my friends and have a good day

Moving Back Home After College? | Making Sense of Cents. While I was lucky and was able to find a job right after I graduated and still have that same job today, not everyone is as lucky. Most of my friends were able to find great jobs soon after graduating, but that is mainly due to the better economy of where I live (Midwest). I of course know that there are other areas which aren’t as lucky.

Weather: Fill the cup with water. Put shaving cream on top for a cloud. Explain that when clouds get really heavy with water, it rains! Then put blue food coloring on top of the cloud, and watch it rain. Kids love experiments!

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