Saving Money On Textbooks

I was not really aware about book rentals until someone told me that I can rent one online.  My husband said it is possible and I can rent textbooks too, as many as I want.  What a nice idea.  He is open about the thought that I can go back to school after our vacation to the Philippines this year.  The idea of going back to school came to me one day when I talked to one of my friends in Fort Worth.  She is going to take a short-term course, maybe online.  I am interested to things like that because personal growth is very important to me.

Of course, there will be lots of paperwork and textbooks involved.  I do not want to spend a lot of money on textbooks that will only be used once.  Rather, textbook rentals will be a good idea.  Since I like browsing the Internet search for valuable references, I bumped at CampusBookRentals.com immediately.  The company offers textbook rentals service for a reasonable price.  They are not strict on rental policy.
How does it work?:

College students can also rent textbooks from the site.  Affordable rental rates are available with the textbooks related to the field of study.  This is also a very beneficial resource for college students who want to rent school books instead of buying very expensive ones.

Win Lonely Planet’s The Travel Book and Discover The World

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Back to My Reading Habit

Reading is my favorite past time before. I read anything that catches my interest. From comic books to newspapers, I appreciate that. When I was in my elementary days I was diligent. I just sit somewhere quiet with my books beside me and started doing my homework. Then I will just spend my extra time hanging out with my friends in late afternoons. When I was in high school, I spend my vacant time in the library. Since we don’t have television, my siblings and I were content answering activity books and reading stories until we are ready to go to sleep.

In my college days, it was different. I stayed with my cousins in Manila and they have almost all the modern stuff at their house. There I began to stuck myself in watching television, playing the play station, or stay up late doing nothing at all. I forgot the do the thing I love to do. I forgot to feed my mind even with single information from the daily paper once in a while. The laziness went on until I got a very stressful job.

I realized how much time I have wasted doing non-sense. But I guess it’s not too late for me. I want to go back to my reading habit and I am glad to say that I am engaged to it now. Reading gives me additional knowledge and so is to everyone. Apparently, it enhances our proficiency and good comprehension.