5 Reader Questions! Making Friends, Budgeting, And Group Projects (Ep. 42)

Reader QAWhoa, is it that time already? Yep… time for another Reader Q&A episode.

On this episode, Martin and Anna team up against some CPU scrubs in the new Super Smash Bros, and we tackle questions on:

  • Making ambitious, non-lazy friends in college
  • Memorizing lots of facts quickly
  • Dealing with group projects
  • Budgeting effectively
  • How to start a blog if you’re not an expert in your major area

Also, a huge thanks to my friend Matt Giovanisci for the awesome new podcast theme song!

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