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NINJa printing -- sounds bad-ass right? Well, it is! The NINJa printing system is what you can use to print your quota at one of the many libraries or computer labs on the Columbia campus or one of its affiliate campuses! A Teacher's College student may print up to 20 pages per week (for free) at...
While researching budget books for my last post, "Cheaper Than a Free Lunch: Winter* Clothing," I came across an e-book on Amazon.com. Its title: Miss Minimalist: Inspiration to Downsize, Declutter, and Simplify by Francine Jay. The book is simply a collection of her blog posts available online for free. I didn't mind because the book was $0.99 -- go cheap!
I thought about all of the posts I could contribute and most relate back to budgeting. So, perhaps I will stick to this blog title, a nickname graciously given to me by my mother. My late great uncle once used this phrase to refer to his extremely wealthy, stingy friend. Fortunately, I am neither --  just always on the hunt for a bargain. Why pay more? A few of my classmates at TC have recently asked me where to purchase cheap winter clothing in New York City. Not surprising, since we already had our first snow storm of the year -- Happy (belated) Halloween!
Why "Atlas Shrugged"? My classmate kept writing "Who is John Galt?" all over the student lounge in undergrad. This annoyed me. So, I looked up the reference and found it was from "Atlas Shrugged." I heard of the book and decided I would pick it up. For...