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We’re going to visit friends and family this weekend. Friends of mine are going to have their first kid (a boy!) next month. Our plan is to go to the shower, see my aunt and cousin, visit his family, and share a dinner with friends. Our weekend is packed and we won’t have much time for anything else.
Living Almost Large hosted the Money Hacks Carnival #29: Food Heaven and my post Put Tuition Refund in a High Yield Savings Account as an Emergency Fund was included.
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The first iChapters Plant a Tree Drive was a huge success, with more than 57,000 trees planted, so this time, we’re setting the bar even higher, and have a goal of planting more than 100,000 trees. Buying digital textbooks in the form of eBooks and eChapters from iChapters.com is a great way to protect the environment by keeping carbon hungry trees in the ground rather then sending them to the paper mills.
If you’re a college student and you need to grab some books, save money, and plant a tree, perhaps you should look into ichapters. I’m not getting paid, this is my personal vouch for them.
Have a great weekend!