The right and easy way to sell textbooks

Contrary to popular belief, it isn’t difficult to sell textbooks. Once you find out the right time and right place to sell, it becomes a walk in the park.

Here’s a list of things you should think about when you sell textbooks to make sure you get the best value:

PRICE

Before you start the process of selling a textbook, you must obviously find out how much it is worth or either you get ripped off or people won’t buy it. Visit an online bookshop like Amazon and search by the title of your book. Find out how much the book is worth on the average. Also take into consideration the condition of the book as it affects the selling price. It’s better if you could visit several online sellers and find out who will pay most for the book you’re selling.

PLACE

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Originally posted 2011-04-08 14:55:21.

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Inexpensive Dating Ideas for College Students

Dating. There really isn’t much that we sink as much time, effort, and cash into like dating. It is not uncommon for a doe-eyed rube to chance upon a prospective paramour with the best intentions in his or her heart only to find that, hey, this shit’s expensive. So, how does one deftly circumvent one of the biggest pitfalls in the wild world of competitive companionship, you ask?

Well, we have some tips that just might keep the cash in your wallet and your head in the game:

Let’s start with the basics, and it doesn’t get any more basic than Dinner. Dinner has been the cornerstone of the dating world since Adam and Eve mingled over an apple (Eve actually wanted to take Adam to this new rib joint, but he was understandably cautious), and it’s been Sushi bars and boutique cafés for humanity ever since.

The truth of the matter is that, yeah, food’s a big deal. It’s typically one of the first times that your date will see you engaged in a typical daily behavioral setting. Restaurant selection can make or break your night before it even starts. And one thing about restaurants? They love money. Can’t get enough of it. Given the opportunity a courteous sommelier would mug you at gun point. For some of us the answer is simple, elegant, and more endearing that a baby koala donating it’s hair to Locks of Love: cooking.

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Originally posted 2011-04-07 15:19:42.

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Having a Car in College: Is it Worthwhile?

In one word: no

Most college students see their first foray into the real world as a long-awaited bid for freedom. And this is exactly what the image of a car promotes: the freedom to go wherever you want whenever you want to. Unfortunately, most automobiles are more like a ball and chain than a chance for increased freedom. With all the attendant costs and responsibilities associated with vehicle ownership, you may soon be cursing the day you decided to bring your car to college with you.

So if you’re on the fence about whether or not to buy or retain a vehicle as you pursue your academic degree, here are just a few reasons you might want to say no to the auto:

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Originally posted 2011-04-06 17:55:55.

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Don’t Let Yourself Go: A Guide to Fitness in College

Your college years will likely be some of the best in your life. Between getting away from your parents for the first time in your life (finally having the space to figure out who you really are), expanding your mind, preparing for your professional future, and meeting new people who could potentially become lifelong friends, business partners, or soul-mates, you have a lot of doors opening to you.

But while you’re busy taking advantage of the many social and academic opportunities before you, it’s all too easy to neglect your health, especially if you’re spread thin between studying and partying (as are most students). And if you have a job on top of everything else, forget about it! In short, the freshman fifteen of fable can quickly become a reality (and then some) if you fall off the proverbial wagon with your diet and exercise routine.

So what’s a busy college student to do? Simple: make diet and exercise one of your many priorities. Click to continue reading…

Originally posted 2011-03-25 14:41:59.

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The Great Recession [Infographic]

Source: phlebotomist.net

Originally posted 2011-03-25 07:00:52.

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