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"What am I going to do with my pile of old t-shirts? I'm going to wear them. The ones that are now retired are mostly used already. I've made bracelets, though not with jewels as shown here, children's clothes and pj's, and quilts beyond belief! It certainly is fun to be creative with something everyone has and most throw away! Thanks for more ideas."
Free Budget Worksheet for College
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Budgeting can be hard for a college student or recent graduate. This free budget worksheet helps them keep track of their expenses to avoid overspending or late fees. A first budget can be daunting as one has to manage reoccurring expenses like rent and utilities, unexpected expenses like car issues, and student or credit card debt. When a student begins paying additional expenses like insurance and cellular on their own, it can be overwhelming. This simple budget worksheet will keep all expenses accounted for as well as how much a graduate can spend and should save each month.
Estimated CostUnder $10
Time to CompleteUnder an hour
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