College Hack: Go To Yale University for Free


If you are like me, you are a lifetime learner and enjoy learning and expanding your mind and knowledge.

I actually loved college! I won’t lie, nursing school was stressful and overwhelming at times, but overall I enjoyed going to lectures, studying in the library and just having the ability to learn whatever I wanted!

However, as we all know, college can cost a pretty penny. Otherwise, I would probably still be a college student at the age of 30. Continue reading “College Hack: Go To Yale University for Free”


Using T-Mobile Internationally



U.S. cellular carriers are thankfully getting on board with our tendencies and desires to travel the world with our phones, laptops and tablets.

Gone are the days of outrageous pay-per-gigabyte rates, limited roaming carrier agreements and poor options from cell carriers. Now two of the big four U.S. carriers are offering some sort of free international roaming, with the other two coming around to friendlier pricing and fewer restrictions on data usage.

Even prepaid carriers are getting in on the action with some international calling plans. Continue reading “Using T-Mobile Internationally”

DIY House Projects – Bathroom Cabinet Edition

I bought my condo in 2015 and I was not in-love with any of theĀ cabinets in the bathrooms and kitchen (same throughout). So, I decided the most cost-effective way to change them would be to paint them.

I started with the spare bathroom first, mainly because if I screwed up no would seeĀ there is less square footage of cabinets in there.

I bought Giani Nuvo kit in Titanium White. I absolutely love white cabinets – I think they are so timeless.

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