Ashley Eneriz Ashley Eneriz is a writer based in California with her husband and a baby on the way. She writes about how to save money at home on her blog, The Thrifty Wife. In her free time, she enjoys thrifting, reading, and crafting.
Pregnancy can be an exciting, yet trying, time. Mamas-to-be must balance everyday activities with morning sicknessand growing body parts.
While looking fashionable remains a priority for many pregnant women, the cost to do so can be prohibitive. According to a BabyCenter poll of more than 15,000 women, 30% spent $200 to $500 just on maternity clothes. Another 24% spent anywhere from $100 to $200. That is a lot of money for clothes that only last a few months! However, there are a number of ways to save money on maternity clothes that can lessen both the expenses and the stress in your life.
No matter your age, attending a public or private university is expensive. However, the total cost of a four-year degree can be drastically reduced by spending the first two years at a community or junior college.
Beyond the monetary savings, there are a number of other benefits to attending community college for two years. Set your plan in motion, and you may gain entrance to a top-tier university currently out of reach and earn your degree at a fraction of the price.
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