Trying to be more productive? Grab this $1500 bundle of eResources for just $37!

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Trying to be more productive? Grab this $1500 bundle of eResources for just $37!
This post may contain affiliate links. Read my disclosure policy here. Do you wish you could be more productive and use your time intentionally? If so, you’ll definitely want to grab this productivity bundle that’s on sale right now! This bundle was SO popular earlier this year when it was offered, and they’ve brought it back as a flash sale for two days only!! Hurry and grab it for just $37 before the end of tomorrow, August 15th! This Productivity Bundle has everything you need to conquer your to-do list, be more productive, free up more time for yourself, and reach your goals — and you can get it for just $37!! It contains $1506.90 worth of eBooks, printables, eCourses, and membership sites…and all you pay is $37 for all 46 resources! These resources are designed to help you: Set clear goals and priorities so you’ll use your time wisely Create routines to help you be more productive so you won’t fall behind Get started with tasks instead of procrastinating Deal with distractions instead of getting sidetracked Find the energy to be productive all day instead of burning out If you feel overwhelmed or stuck when it comes to your productivity and time-management, this Productivity Bundle will help give you the practical tools and tips you need to take that first step! Go here to grab your Ultimate Productivity Bundle for just $37. [...]
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These Are the 20 Best Hospitals in the U.S.

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These Are the 20 Best Hospitals in the U.S.
When people think of the best medical facility in the U.S. — if not the world — one institution typically comes to mind: the Mayo Clinic. That reputation for excellence is well-deserved, according to U.S. News & World Report’s latest Best Hospitals rankings. The publication says the Rochester, Minnesota-based facility is the best hospital in the nation. It's not the usual... [...]
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How I Finished Graduate School Debt Free

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How I Finished Graduate School Debt Free
Guest post from Darya 0f A Mom From a Foreign Land Completing graduate school was one of my biggest accomplishments in life… and graduating with no school debt made the moment even sweeter! Before I started my master’s degree, I was terrified that I would graduate owing thousands of dollars and it would take me years to pay it back. I was also freaking out because I was pregnant and my baby was due in the middle of my first semester. I couldn’t imagine how we were going to afford it all. Gratefully, I had the support of my husband and a plan in hand. Three years later, I received my master’s in science and had no debt to repay. I went to NC State University in Raleigh, NC. The tuition and fees for one semester totaled to about $6,000 for in-state students. On average, a master’s degree at this school takes between 4 and 6 semesters (roughly $24,000 to $36,000!) Here are the things I did to finish graduate school DEBT FREE: 1. I worked at the university. The good thing about grad school is that you can often get an assistantship job and have your tuition covered. I also received a small stipend with it! I got a teaching assistantship that included assisting a professor during a class, grading homework, helping with attendance, and overly assisting with general administrative tasks. I had this job for 3 of my semesters — which meant no additional tuition costs for those 3 semesters! 2. I had another part-time job. I worked every Friday and Saturday night at a local steak house.This job gave me the flexibility and finances to earn my master’s degree. Occasionally, if my school load was lighter and my husband was available to watch our child, I would pick up an extra shift here and there. I made about 70% of my income at the restaurant. It was tiring and I had to work late but I needed the money. 3. I took some online classes. I didn’t want to take too many online classes, but taking a few helped me stay at home when I first had my baby. At the same time, I saved on gas (I had a 70-minute commute) and could work more hours at the restaurant. 4. I cut down on unnecessary expenses. We stopped eating out. On the days I went to school I brought my snacks, lunch, and coffee from home. I minimized social life and entertainment. I breastfed my daughter to save on formula. I kept clothes shopping to a minimal. 5. I earned a scholarship. I got a $1000 scholarship for working towards a Career in Conservation due to some volunteer work I did for a local environmental organization. 6. I made small payments on my loan while on grad school. My schooling lasted 6 semesters and (as I mentioned above) my tuition was covered for 3 of the semesters. In order to afford the other 3 semesters I had to get a loan. However, as soon as I got the loan though, I started making $50 monthly payment on it while still in school — even though I did not have to. Some months I could not afford to pay more, others I would pay extra. And once I started working full-time (see below), I started paying as much as I could. I ended up completely paying off my loan before I officially graduated! 7. I started a full-time job while still in school. I started working as soon as I finished all my classes, but I spent another 8 months working on my thesis. Working a full-time job and working on my paper was challenging. I had to devote my nights and weekends to writing, but I was happy to be able to get a job before I had officially graduated. Doing all these things took a lot of effort and dedication. I am so happy that I can now focus on paying off other bills and not worry about student loans. I believe that anybody that puts their mind to it, can do it too! Darya grew up in Eastern Europe, and has been living in the U.S. for over 10 years. To this day she still has trouble adjusting to the American culture, especially when it comes to raising a child. She lives with her husband and 3.5 year old daughter in Greenville, SC. While working a not-so-exciting governmental job, she still finds time to blog about motherhood, working mom life, healthy life, and recipes at A Mom From a Foreign Land. [...]
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