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Mar 13, 2023Liked by Classically Abby

Hi Abby! I am a huge fan of your content! I’m 22 years old and about to graduate from college. I plan to go on to my dream graduate school program to become a School Psychologist and serve the needs of neurodivergent children. I look forward to having a career that helps children while also making sure my future family will be financially sound. I was wondering, what tips do you have for young adults and saving? I want to make sure my future family is taken care of. How can we start being financially smart while we are young adults? I tend to drink quite a lot of Starbucks as a college student (lol), is that something to cut down on? Thank you so much and have a lovely week! πŸ’—β˜ΊοΈ

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Hi Katie, I'm so glad you're here! Thank you for your question!

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Mar 9, 2023Liked by Classically Abby

I practice singing. I have heard some people do prayers, but I like to be more focused for those:

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Mar 9, 2023Liked by Classically Abby

My commute is 30 minutes both ways and I love listening to podcasts! I am always looking for new podcasts to listen to. Thank you for the suggestions, Abby! I also want to try audiobooks to switch things up.

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Mar 9, 2023Liked by Classically Abby

Love this! I hate driving, so making a commute enjoyable is an absolute MUST to get me from point A to point B. Podcasts, audiobooks, calling friends or family are all things that I regularly do while driving, even if it's just for a 5 minute run to the grocery store!

I generally prefer to walk as much as I can (I legitimately do not enjoy driving lol, I am a passenger princess and I avoid the driver's seat as much as I can), but most of these activities are also good for walking commutes, so I use them a lot!

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I am interested in booking a session with you

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