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Take a Procrastination Vacation

Now that the new school year has started, you may find your schedule quickly filling up. Homework, extracurricular activities, friends and a part-time job might leave you feeling a bit stretched. To stay on track, follow these easy tips: Make a daily list. At the beginning of each day, make a list of five things… Read More

Put a Stake in Vampire Power

Did you know devices like DVD players, cell phone chargers, computers and microwaves all use power, even when they’re not turned on? This standby power is sometimes called “vampire” power because it’s sucked from the outlet, even when the device is shut off. So what can you do? Unplug your video game console. You may… Read More

Starting Healthy
Revolutionizing Your Lunch

The next time you sit down in the cafeteria for lunch, take a look at what’s on your tray. Do you have a variety of colorful fruits and vegetables? Or are the main colors white and brown, and your main food group “fried”? Eating healthy is important, even when you’re a teen. You may not… Read More

Need Cash? Start Your Own Business

Starting your own business can be a great way to earn cash to pay for the fun things you like to do, as well as save for the things you hope to do in the future. Generate Ideas If you enjoy making jewelry for friends, ask your parents if it’s OK to try selling a… Read More

Your Money:
Making Good Choices

Have you ever heard the term “opportunity cost”? The concept can help you get a handle on your spending. It means the cost of passing up the next best choice when making a decision. For example, say there’s a concert coming up by one of your favorite artists, and you’d love to go. But it’s… Read More