Budget stories, books, poems, and more

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This book is a rough guide about living your life on a budget and making various changes to your lifestyle and making the most out of a budget lifestyle , the rest is about my opinions of world wide affairs , hope you all enjoy Budget living and various… Read More
An article that I wrote for my school newspaper during my sophomore year of high school about how couples can have a romantic Valentines Day without compromising their budget. Full names and other sensitive information has been omitted from this online publication of the article for privacy reasons. Read More

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You can make any budget appear to be fair -- it's all in the spin! Read More
This is an essay covering an issue facing many people in the United States - both parents and their children alike - in the year 2012. The essay discusses the rising cost of financial aid, how it got this way, and ways it could potentially be fixed in the future. Read More
we cannot get angry when voicing our opinion. We must act professional to show that listening to us is worth it. Read More

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I wrote this because 32 teachers were cut from my school. Most, if not all were great teachers. This is due to a $7.5 million budget cut. $750 per student. Please help Michigan's schools Read More
"Budget cuts," it's the new buzz-phrase of 2010. What would you do if you taught art in a public school? This article gives two solutions to a tightened art budget, and five keys things to think about for the survival of the creative. Read More
taken from my book, "Never Felt So Single" Read More

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