Rent 'Em

by - 9/03/2014

So, I just started my sophomore year of college.
I certainly don't know everything there is to know about being a smart and savy college student, but I do know some things. I should probably make a post with all of my little tips, but since it is the beginning of the semester for most people, I will talk about the most relevant tip right now. Here it goes.
Rent your books. 
College is so expensive.
Paying for tuition, a laptop, and food can be a lot, especially when you are right outta high school.  
And on top of that, all of a sudden, you actually have to BUY textbooks. When each class requires up to four books, things can get very, very pricey.
Ya, it's rough.

Luckily, this year, I decided to rent a few of my books, and oh my goodness you guys, it is THE way to go. 
Instead of buying my $300 geography atlas book, I rented it for the semester for like 14 bucks. Because lets be honest, I will never open that thing again after this class is over. Renting books can literally save the average college student hundreds, even thousands of dollars a year.

The book I rented this year was from I like them because they have free shipping both ways, you can highlight all you want in them, and they donate part of their proceeds to a sweet organization called Operation Smile. Plus if you do buy a book from somewhere else, you can sell it to them with their new program on

Renting books- it's a total win-win. If you are a college student, do it and you will be so glad you did. 

Annnd now it is time to go learn about the ancient literature (yawn).


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