A Crash Course In Personal Finance For Broke Millennials

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When I graduated college and started my first job, I was both comically broke and financially illiterate.
In the spirit of transparency, here are a few of the more embarrassing things I did in my early 20s because I was terrible with my money:

  • One time I stole a toilet plunger from a Taco Bell because I didn’t have enough cash to buy one.
  • The McDonald’s down the street had to put up a sign on its door expressly forbidding people from bringing in old cups to fill up at the soda fountain. I am positive this was a direct response to my daily habit of doing this. The sign might as well have said “Cups are for single-use only, ma’am.”

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