I Saved a Lot of Money During The Pandemic! But Did You Really?

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As a personal finance blogger and mentor, I’m always intrigued by investors’ and everyday people’s habits, especially students.

They have the most hilarious excuses on why something was a ‘great deal’!

Lately, I’ve been hearing many have massive regret over their abrupt pandemic purchases.

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21-yr-old personal finance enthusiast making sense of cents. You can boil it down here as well: https://boilednotfried.com

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Mia Gradelski

Mia Gradelski

21-yr-old personal finance enthusiast making sense of cents. You can boil it down here as well: https://boilednotfried.com

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