Bah, it’s now 51 minutes past my deadline. 😦 So I’m going to be double posting today.
Anyways. I’ve been reading financial blogs and it’s struck me that no one really has many good ideas for college students.
To be honest, I don’t think the “spend less than you earn” concept applies when you don’t have a job.
I suppose that begs the remark “then get off your lazy bum and find one”.
Frankly, I went to a private college that required you to petition for a class overload because the normal 4 credit course load was considered more than enough work to keep us occupied, and I wouldn’t have liked to have taken on a 40 hour work week on top of that.
Not to mention, really, if I’m paying out my nose for a good education, I really want to make the most of it. Maybe do an internship or two, participate in some extracurricular activities, do some networking — perhaps even have a life.
Call me spoiled if you like. I suppose I am.
But then — with that mindset it’s undeniable that the run of the mill financial blog is not very helpful. With an eye towards that, I’m looking for ideas that are slightly more feasible.