1. Don’t buy something if you aren’t willing to pay full price on it. It might be 20% off, but if it wasn’t, would you still want it?
2. If you don’t love it, don’t buy it.
3. Keep junk food out of the pantry, and it stays out of your mouth.
4. Keep on the perimeter of the grocery store, away from the processed stuff.
5. Don’t start cooking until the kitchen is clean.
6. Put the laundry away as soon as you her the dryer buzz.
7. Immediately after you set an appoint or date to do something, mark your Google Calendar.
8. Park in the first available spot you see. Walking is good for you.
9. Always say yes to an invitation to do something unless you have a definitive reason not to.
1. RoadTripAmerica.com– Routes, planning, and inspiration for your North American road trip.
2. RoadTripUSA.com– Eleven essential road trip routes.
3. RoadTrippers.com– Discover America’s best lodging and attractions. Plan your route.
4. MyScenicDrives.com – Find scenic drives across the United States.
5. RoadsideAmerica.com – An online guide to offbeat tourist attractions.
6. Trover.com – Use Instagram to find picture worthy destinations.
7. FlavorTownUSA.com– Find locations of food stops featured on Food Network’s Diners, Drive-ins and Dives.
8. Roadtrip Calculator– Estimate the real costs of your road trip including rental, fuel, and accommodation.
9. ViaMichelin.com – Find the best routes according to your specifications.
10. GasBuddy.com – Find cheap gas near your area.
11. GoBarnacle.com – Make some side cash by delivering packages.
1. Don’t complain. Don’t be negative.
2. Don’t boast. Cool don’t advertise.
3. Don’t obsess. You like cats. We get it.
4. Don’t talk too much. Monologues are only cool in movies.
5. Don’t ask too many questions. This kinda goes with number three. Don’t interrogate people. It’s no fun.
6. Don’t criticize. Hold back on constructive criticism as well. Do not offer advice unless explicitly asked for it.
7. Don’t force humor. Don’t try to be the funny guy.
1. CollegeInfoGeek.com – Learn more in less time, become more productive, land your dream job, and obliterate your loans.
2. HackCollege.com – Use technology to improve your college experience.
3. CalNewport.com – A 32-year-old computer scientist exploring how people reach elite levels in knowledge.
4. ScottHYoung.com – A blog about learning more while studying less.
5. CollegeMagazine.com – The ultimate, uncensored daily guide to college. Written by students and for students, the site covers real issues that affect the campus community nationwide
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