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Thank a Teacher, Get $25 For Their School

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With Target’s Thanks a Billion campaign, if you select your school and thank a teacher at that school, they’ll give $25 to that school. They’re looking to give $1 billion to education in all.
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Don’t Sell Associate’s Degrees Short

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The conventional wisdom has always held that an associate’s degree is inferior to a bachelor’s degree overall, but according to a recent Reuter’s article, this is no longer necessarily the case.

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Free How to Become President of the United States Poster

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Courtesy of Kids.gov, this poster shows children the process behind becoming President of the United States. You can either download it and print it off yourself, or have it mailed to you for free. To get yours, visit this Publications.USA.gov page.

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Craftsy Offers New Free Classes in Quilting, Photography

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Craftsy has added two new free classes to their lineup this week for those who are looking to learn the basics of quilting or who wish to learn how to take stunning family portraits this holiday season. Information and links are below. Read more…

Free Mini-Classes at Craftsy

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Enroll in one of almost two dozen free mini-classes at Craftsy.
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Free Classes at Craftsy.com

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Try your hand at learning something new with the following free classes at Craftsy.com. Read more…

Ends 05-15-13 Moms: Win a $10,000 Scholarship

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Scholarships4Moms.com is giving away a $10,000 scholarships, or in their words:

Balancing life, family, and your career can be overwhelming. Give yourself the tools you need and go back to school and take control of your future.

To register, visit their website and fill out a short application form. They also have information on college programs and student loans if you choose, but you are under no obligation to receive such information.

20 Frugal Resolutions for the New Year

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Lose weight. Quit smoking. Exercise more. Finally conquer that irrational fear of clowns, once and for all. New Year’s is a perfect time to roll out the resolutions, those pledges to change something in your life, start anew, tabula rasa. Why not concentrate this year on a few frugal resolutions and get your financial house in order?

Even small changes to the way you do things in your life can add up to big savings, and more happiness. The following twenty frugal resolutions aren’t necessarily profound, but they’re all great steps towards saving more money in the New Year. Select as many as you want, physically write them down into a list, and tape it next to your bathroom mirror so you don’t lose track of them.

Image courtesy of  FreeDigitalPhotos.net 

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