Besides this one, every other money-saving article is bunk.
Chances are, you’re not broke because you don’t brown-bag your lunch every day or “not get an eight-dollar latte” every morning. Nor are you left wondering “where did all the money go?” simply because you pay for cable, had overdraft fees, or didn’t use ceiling fans instead of AC. Saving small change won’t change bigger realities of financial peril (or minor inconvenience).
“Look at all the money I saved this week just by cutting out my trips to Chipotle!”
The real money-saving secrets are hard, face-smacking truths that no one is going to bother telling you. Until now:
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Ah, now here’s where Writing All Wrong might save you a few days in the unemployment line. Or, if you’re an entitled millennial, it’ll spare you a few days of not having the keys to your dad’s Lexus until you find a job. (Just kidding – he’ll talk to someone at his work and have you hired directly into management).
If you’re not fortunate enough to “know a guy or gal” — then you’ll need a sharp résumé to ticket your way into a job interview.
“Great candidate!” — Lord Shredd, The Résumé Annihilator™
But instead of getting that interview ticket punched, it’s your face that will be punched if your résumé contains the following:
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I might be the most anti-millennial millennial out there, but I’ll admit: I don’t mind a good #hashtag every now and then.
They’re great for laughs, trends, retweets, social change (lol), and all sorts of pulses on the effluent of social media.
Jesus wept (and it’s all your fault). #sad #lostsheep #sorrow
But there’s one hashtag that needs to die. And fast. You probably use it, and if you do, it makes Jesus cry:
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