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The Rachel Bachelorette Bracket

College, Postgrad

The Bachelorette is back tomorrow, and that means it’s time for lots of wine, lots of drama, and lots of Chris Harrison! This season, we will watch Rachel search through 31 contestants to find her fiancé – yes, you read that right! She revealed that she DID find love and is currently engaged 🙂 let’s see if it will last… But until then, have fun with this Bachelorette Bracket so you can compete with family and friends as she searches for love!!!

Click the link below to download the file.

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Best Graduation Dresses

College, Fashion
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Graduation is just around the corner, and it’s time to start thinking about graduation dresses! You have to make sure the perfect dress ships in time 😉

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what to wear for winter + spring sorority recruitment

College, Fashion

When you think of sorority recruitment, you probably think about sundresses, Lilly Pulitzer and sandals, but some schools hold recruitment in the spring semester. A deferred recruitment offers more time to establish yourself on campus and learn about the chapters at your school, and although you can’t wear a sundress (without freezing, that is) you can still dress to impress!

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monthly budget printable

College, Postgrad

Finances can be tricky. I’ve been in the real world since June, and a huge part of being an adult (or trying to be) is financial planning.. Venmo and other electronic transfers just complicate everything!
Since I really want to maintain financial independence, I’ve tried a variety of different ways to track my cash flow. I think I downloaded every finance app on the app store! Eventually, I went back to the tried and true pen to paper method and made myself a personalized budget sheet to help track every single penny. I thought y’all might appreciate it since you loved my spring break packing list printable 🙂

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how to survive online classes

College

I never expected online classes to be a breeze, but I definitely didn’t give them enough credit. They’re hard and stressful, just in a different way than on-campus classes. Over the past three weeks, I’ve learned how to adjust to the unique demands of online courses and set myself up for success, and now I’m sharing four things I’ve found super beneficial to staying on top of everything!

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