When I was in my third year of college, I spent a semester abroad in the United Kingdom. Although we spent a good deal of time traveling all over Scotland, England, and Northern Ireland, one of my favorite cities was London. Over the course of sixteen weeks, my group and I spent about a month in London. It wasn’t all at the same time, but the last time we visited was at the beginning of December – … [Read more...] about 3 Fabulous Things to Plan for Your Christmas Holiday in London
Traveling opens up a whole new world of opportunity. New places, new people, new food--lots and lots of new food! Each new place you visit has its own unique eateries, delicatessens, and restaurants; thus, you would be selling yourself short on the travel experience if you settled for something safe (i.e. just another chain restaurant). Live a little! Try the local cuisine, and immerse yourself in … [Read more...] about Always Try the Fried Chicken: A Millennial’s Guide to Food Abroad
As competition in the work place continues to increase, more and more working professionals are seeking a graduate education. While an MBA is the first choice for most business professionals, there are many ways in which the process of searching for the right program and applying to the school can get confusing. With a little bit of research (and perhaps some self-reflection), narrowing down the … [Read more...] about The MBA Process: How to Narrow Down Your Choices
How Does My Student Loan and Bad Credit Affect My Score? Credit reports and credit scores affect various aspects of our lives. For those of you who are students and have their credit cards, you need to consider how a student loan could affect your credit scores and credit reports. You must know and be aware of the various ways in which your student loans and student loan debts influence against … [Read more...] about How Does My Student Loan and Bad Credit Affect My Score?
Graduating from college is an exciting time. The late nights spent studying and the years of taking classes you truly despised were all for this one moment. But you are not the only one who is joyous in your success. Your family has been there for you the entire way; providing a home for the holidays, helping fund your education, and giving you tips to get the most out of your classes. They've … [Read more...] about Thanks, But No Thanks: Handling Post-Grad Pressure from Family