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They say you can’t re-do a first impression, and that’s especially true in job interviews. There’s a pretty good possibility that you won’t be the only person they interview for this position, so you need to do everything you can to stand out (for the right reasons).
As an accessory we touch many times a day, our wallets often suffer from neglect, prone to become a dumping ground for crumpled receipts, expired coupons and worn business cards for people we no longer remember. It’s time to do a cleanup. We’ll help you get your wallet in order with a list of what to keep in it – and a few things to make sure you leave at home.
March is not a deal-hunter’s best friend. Sure, we have spring to look forward to, but sales for the new season’s clothes will still be a ways off. Nevertheless, CreditDonkey.com knows of a few items that that you can get for a decent break this month. Brave the last few weeks of winter’s cold if any of this month’s deals suit your needs. Otherwise, wait out another month before splurging.
College is in the rearview mirror. You’re a 9-to-5er now with your whole career and life ahead of you. This is the time when you begin to accumulate a lot of homey stuff, like those appliances and knickknacks you need for meals and entertaining.
If you live in a typical American household, your grocery bill adds up to a sizeable chunk of your budget. The average family in 2012 spent about $6,600 on food, or about 13% of overall household spending, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.