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ryan-frank
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Ryan Frank is a 23 year writer and blogger living in San Diego, CA.

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Business & Money
by ryan-frank
5 years ago
Tips for Paying for College

As hectic as college is, there are three other challenges that students out of college face: a weak labor market, a long-term shift toward globalization in labor, and rising tuition. You might not be able to do much about the first two, but with these tips you can tackle tuition troubles.

Business & Money
by ryan-frank
5 years ago
Moonlighting Myths and Tips

As severe as the economy has become, it's refreshing to know how hopeful and resilient we are as a country. We all work hard at our jobs, but some have taken it upon themselves to take on multiple jobs in order to earn a little extra income. While some need the extra cash to make rent and pay bills, others are saving up for other expenses.

Lifestyle
by ryan-frank
5 years ago
A Few Tips on Proper Wedding Etiquette

Weddings are fun, elegant celebrations filled with friends, family, and loved ones from all walks across the nation. Being a guest at a wedding is a big honor and a chance to enjoy the food, company, and lovely union between husband and wife.Of course, as easy as it might seem to be a guest, there are still some bits of etiquette you need to follow.

Business & Money
by ryan-frank
5 years ago
About Fracking and Saving at the Pump

Unless you live under a rock, you are probably aware of the country's current problems concerning oil and gas prices. If you drive, paying at the pump leaves a big dent in your wallet, making it hard to rationalize even owning a car. In a lot of ways, owning a car is like having another mouth to feed. Yet fracking seems to be on the rise...

Business & Money
by ryan-frank
5 years ago
Is The Occupy Movement Losing Fuel?

It's hard to say that things are calm in the world these days. Murmurs of turbulence overseas are beginning to resonate back to us, and at home, the unrest of the everyman has led to the extended Occupy movement.Looming above us is the economy's instability, buttressed by the enormous federal budget deficit, high unemployment rates, and a weak housing market, among other issues. With so much going wrong, it's a wonder that more people aren't up in arms about the state of things.

Lifestyle
by ryan-frank
6 years ago
A Healthy Holiday Treat

The holidays are a time of giving, indulging, and taking advantage of every opportunity to flaunt that warm scarf and trench coat. We're presented with seasonal peppermint mochas, pumpkin treats of all kinds, and savory turkey temptations. Chocolate pie has always been a staple at my family's Thanksgiving table. This healthier version will still pack a ton of flavor without excess fat or sugar. Plus, without any cream cheese or diary-based ingredients like Bianna Golodryga's recipe, vegan or lactose-intolerant guests can enjoy dessert, too!

Health
by ryan-frank
6 years ago
Genetic Testing: Is Ignorance Bliss?

Scientific and technological advancements amaze us all the time. We can video chat with a loved one thousands of miles away with the push of a button, we can successfully treat some cancers, we can find ways to help the disabled walk. The surprise of some technologies fades with time-nobody is blown-away at the advent of the telephone or electricity anymore.

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