Between textbooks, tuition, ramen and the electric bill, college students don’t have a whole lot of spare change lying around. Let’s face it: we’re broke. Whether you’re digging between your car’s seat cushions to come up with this month’s rent or checking your banking app obsessively, money is probably on your mind. Though the word “cheap” is generally associated with poorly made products and people who reuse Ziploc bags, when done right, cheap habits can save you time and leave you with some extra pocket cash.
Vipond, Rachel; Meines, Renae; and Eleveth, Riley
"Guide to Cheap Living: Living on a college budget without selling a kidney,"
Ethos: Vol. 2015
, Article 3.
Available at: http://lib.dr.iastate.edu/ethos/vol2015/iss2/3