Like most people, I left college perplexed about how I was supposed to survive financially. I’d certainly left my alma mater with enough education — two full degrees under my belt — but also with a sizable portion of student debt. And, since I have made the boneheaded mistake of living in not one but two of the most expensive cities in the country (New York City and San Francisco) while scraping together money from journalism jobs, saving what little money I have has seemed like a far off dream. Which is why, particularly in the last few months, I had…

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