I Am Back From Vacation!

After a few months of getting into the groove of school, Navigate Your Life is finally back to blogging! ┬áPlease be sure to follow us on all of our social media so you don’t miss out on all of the fun!!

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-NYL

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We Are Now On Pinterest!

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Navigate Your Life is now on Pinterest! We understand that many of us use different social media platforms and Pinterest is just one of many. We hope that you follow us by either clicking the link above or by clicking the Pinterest icon on the main sidebar under the “Follow Us” section. If there is a certain platform you would like for us to develop next, please leave a comment below!

Happy Navigating!

-NYL

Lesson #8: Renovating a Bathroom is Easier Thank You Think

I have recently decided to renovate my basement bathroom. The last time this bathroom was touched was around the 1990’s so it was not in the best of shape. As I began to research, I discovered that renovating is not such an arduous task as some might think. I continued my quest and I found some helpful hints to renovate your bathroom on a very tight budget (I am in college after all).

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Lesson #4: Paid Survey Sites are Actually Legit

So I, like many other companions of my generation, am always looking for a way to make a quick buck. I have babysat, cleaned homes, picked up a dogs’ business, and many other chores just to make some extra money. While looking for ideas on how to make a quick buck, I turned to my favorite social networking site– Pinterest. Through my search, I came along the subject of Paid Online Surveys. I would see the pins titled, “How I made up to $600 through paid surveys!” or “Find Out How To Make Money for Your Next Shopping Trip!”. I decided to do my research and here are some of the basics about online paid survey sites.

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Lesson #2: Knowing Different Types of Banking Accounts is Important

I thought I knew something about money. I remember when I was little my dad took me and my first $100.00 worth of allowance money and opened myself a savings account. I still have that account today. What I didn’t know that a Savings Account does not have the same benefit as a Checking Account. Also, when you have a credit card sometimes you get Rewards points that you didn’t even know you were accumulating. For everyone who doesn’t have time for the technical stuff, I am going to try and make it as simple as possible (to the best of my ability).

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