Tag Archives: College Advice

How to Beat the Winter Weather Blues

January 20, 2016

Beat-the Winter-Weather-Blues

While the snow is beautiful, winter can be dreary. Cold temperatures, constant rain, new classes, and circulating viruses make it a difficult season to get through. It doesn’t have to be that way though. Our goal here at Cash4Books is for you to have a fun, cheerful, and healthy winter.

Try these 6 tactics for beating the winter weather blues

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6 Foolproof Ways to Make Extra Money in College

October 14, 2015

Make Extra Money in College

Is your wallet feeling extra light? Are you rationing your meal plan points? Even if you’re successfully balancing a budget, it sounds like you could use some extra cash. Being a student is expensive; textbooks, school supplies, housing, and food add up quick. Take a look at these 6 foolproof ways to make extra money in college, and make life a little easier. Continue reading

How To Get Your College Budget On Track

January 19, 2015

 

Tips to get your college budget on track.

Many of us are coming out of the post-holiday haze and realizing that we’ve spent more money over the past few months than we anticipated.

We weren’t thinking about the textbooks we would need in January when we were buying all of those Moguards as Christmas gifts in December (yes, even Grandma got one).

What are we poor college students to do when our wallets, bank accounts, and bellies are empty in the New Year? Never fear! There are some simple strategies we can implement to get our income moving in the right direction. Continue reading

College Advice From Our Customers – Help A College Student Contest Winners

October 7, 2014

Help a College Student Writing Contest

Our customers shared their best college advice. Read their advice below.

Last month, we held a contest asking our customers a simple question:

“What advice would you give to a college student and why?”

They blew us away with the great advice they shared. Our customers come from varying degrees of college experience. And it’s safe to say based on their advice, we’d call them all college experts. While it was no easy task to pick five winners out of the bunch, we hope these winning entries help current and future college students. Continue reading