What To Expect When You Move In With Your Boyfriend

What to expect when you move in with your boyfriend

So you and your significant other have decided to take that next step and move in with each other. Congratulations! You’re together all the time anyways, so there’s nothing that he could do that would even surprise you at this point, right? While the first few months in the new “humble abode” may be practically perfect (with each of you being conscious of the other’s presence) you will soon find that even Mr. Perfect can sometimes get on your nerves (like any roommate).
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10 Things You Need To Pay ON YOUR OWN In Order To Be An Independent Adult

10 things to pay for on your own to become an independent adult

Need help adulting? When I moved out from my parents’ house and decided to trek it on my own, I had an insurmountable number of bills I needed to pay in order to completely transition myself from relying on them, and into an independent adult. Life had slapped me in the face and given me a wake-up call and I was lucky that I had money in my bank account to come out of it alive.
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Why I’m A College Grad And Don’t Plan On Giving Up Bartending Any Time Soon

why i'm a college grad and don't plan on giving up bartending any time soon

I started out my life following the traditional route of things. I went to school and then straight into college after graduating high school. I worked throughout college, doing odd jobs in merchandise, health care, and the restaurant business. All to get that magical piece of paper that’s supposed to make me look good and, eventually, get me that sought after job.
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Tips For Applying To Jobs In Your Twenties

Tips for applying for jobs in your twenties
Whether you’re looking for a job to pay the bills or going for your future dream career, applying for jobs in your twenties can be a seriously calculating and taxing experience. Lucky for us, we’re young, we’re hard workers, and we’re millennials for goodness sake! We’re technologically savvy and we’re ready to make some money! From getting a job to pay your way through college, to trying for that entry level job after graduation, the interviewing process is a huge nerve racker. However, before you even get called for that painstaking interview, you need to know exactly how to apply to the right job.
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60 Simple Things Every 20 Something Should Own

60 simple things every twenty something should own

Over these last couple of years of living in my twenties I’ve compiled a list of things I’ve found useful, stuff that I bought and never used, and items that I’ve discovered I’ve needed only at the time when it would’ve been desperately useful.
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8 Fall Accessories To Help You Master The Perfect Autumn Outfit

8 fall accessories to help you master the perfect autumn outfit

Pumpkin spiced lattes, hay rides, apple picking, and falling leaves. Although I was never a fan of Autumn as a child, I can honestly say that I’m excited for this fall season! Maybe it was my first taste of pumpkin spice or that first wiff of cinnamon, but whatever it was, it’s got me redecorating the apartment to its fall best! Not only that, but I’ve grown tired of my everyday summer dress attire and am ready to shove the sandals into the back of the closet and break out the cute boots and flannels!
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My Top Apps To Stay Fit (Without Breaking The Bank On A Gym Membership)

My favorite fitness apps

Before I start this article let me get something straight, I love going to the gym! When I was in college, gym memberships came free with my apartment complexes and the university itself. However, after I finished college I soon realized that this luxury does not come with most other apartments or places. So being my stubborn self, living on my 20-something budget, I decided to go without a gym membership and try to stay healthy and in-shape the free, iPhone friendly way.

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What I’ve Learned From Living On My Own In My 20’s

what i've learned living on my own in my 20's

So you’ve finally gone out on your own and into the real world, HURRAY! No parents, no curfew, and a breath of freedom in your lungs. While it can be somewhat daunting at first, we all have to go out on a limb and make it on our own at some point.
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Cheap Date Night Ideas

cheap date ideas

Chivalry is not dead! It’s always nice to have a guy pay for you because it shows that he’s financially stable and wants to invest his time (and money) into you. However, we are millennials, therefore we can handle our own. We are independent women who work hard for our money and aren’t afraid to pick up a tab every once in a while.

So for the benefit of yourself and your fellow SO or date, I’ve compiled a list of a few date nights that don’t break the bank, because let’s be honest, we can’t all afford to go out to a five start restaurant every night for dinner, no matter how classy we are.
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Practical Study Tips From A College Graduate


Looking back on these last couple years of college I’ve realized that my study habits have drastically changed from high school, and even my first few years of university, until now. I’ve learned the methods that work best for me and the habits I need to avoid in order to get a passing grade.
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