9 Tips for Clearer, Healthier Skin

Whether you’ve struggled with acne since your teenage years or have recently gotten outbreaks, it’s not too late to get the clear skin you’ve always wanted. It’s important to try different ways to take care of your skin. Don’t change your regiment too often, as your skin can get more irritated. Here are some ways to prevent acne so you can look your very best:

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4 Easy Ways to Save Hundreds of Dollars (or More) a Year

April is Financial Literacy Month. But here at Kaiku, we believe in financial literacy year-round! Managing your personal finance doesn’t have to be a headache, and it doesn’t mean sacrificing everything you love just to stay on budget. Check out this great infographic for 4 easy ways to save hundreds or even thousands of dollars a year:

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How To Save More Money in Your 20s

After working hard in college, many graduates see their 20s as a time to not only work hard, but play hard, and create lasting memories as well! It’s also a time when financial responsibility and spending habits are shaped. Managing daily living expenses on entry-level salaries can be daunting, but some may see it as a welcome challenge. Spending on little things adds up, regardless of how old you are!

Here are some of our favorite tips to help 20-somethings save more money:

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How To Manage Your Schedule More Efficiently

Do you ever feel like there’s just not enough time in your day to accomplish everything? Or perhaps you have the time, but you can’t seem to efficiently set up a schedule that works for you? If so, you’re not alone. Between work, school, spending time with your friends and family, and hobbies like going to the gym, it can be hard to manage your time efficiently!

But before you burn out completely or give up on trying to be efficient, there are several tools you can use to help your schedule. Here are some of our favorites:

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5 Tips to Live Within Your Means

One of the best ways to keep your finances on track is to “live within your means.” This means saving more than you spend and keeping your debts to a minimum. But how can you actually do this? Although spending is definitely easier than saving, there are also a lot of easy ways to help you budget and cut down on costs.

Let’s take a look at some of the ways you can save and still enjoy your money:

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