Be Dedicated

If you believe in yourself and have dedication and pride – and never quit, you’ll be a winner.  The price of victory is high, but so are the rewards.  (Bear Bryant)

With hard work and dedication, anything is possible.  (Timothy Weah)

When you see validation for a life’s work and dedication, it’s a beautiful day.  (Mary Gauthier)

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Creative Reasons to Call in Sick

Creative Reasons to Call in Sick

  1. Spring fever 
  2. Winter blues
  3. Zombie bite
  4. Hit by a deer
  5. Caffeine withdrawal 
  6. Injured by falling out of bed
  7. Indigestion due to overeating 
  8. Hiccups
  9. Vitamin D deficiency must spend the day at the beach
  10. Legs fell asleep and cannot walk
  11. Hair emergency roots are showing 
  12. Poisoned by a family member
  13. Wii elbow

What are some other reasons for calling in sick?  Share your ideas in the comment section.

Make Extra Money

How can you make extra money?

  • Sell stuff on eBay
  • Donate plasma 
  • Have a yardsale 
  • Get paid to do surveys (swagbucks.com)
  • Write and sell eBooks on Amazon 
  • Deliver food for DoorDash
  • Clean houses 
  • Do yard work 
  • Become an Uber driver 
  • Walk dogs in your neighborhood 
  • Make and sell crafts on Etsy 
  • Create an on-line class
  • Babysit 
  • Petsit 
  • Find odd jobs on craigslist 
  • Work as a substitute teacher

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Paying for College

It’s no secret, going to college is expensive.  However, there are a few things you can do to help decrease the burden of college tuition.

  1. Apply for Pell Grants through your school.  Pell Grant money does not have to be paid back and is awarded based on financial need.
  2. Get a job with a company that offers tuition reimbursement.  For example:  Apple, Home Depot, Publix, Best Buy, UPS, FedEx, Gap, and Verizon Wireless will help pay for their employees education.  Do a google search of businesses in your area to see which ones will offer this benefit.
  3. Attend a community college for the first two years.  The tuition cost at a community college is drastically cheaper.  Taking some of your classes at a community college will reduce the total amount you have to pay for your education.
  4. There are a few colleges that offer free tuition for all of their students.  The students are given jobs, at the school, to help offset cost not covered by financial aid.  A few of these schools include:  College of the Ozarks, Berea College, Curtis Institute of Music, Alice Lloyd College, Webb Institute, and Deep Springs College.

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