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22 Things I Would Rather Spend My Tuition On

An education isn't a bad thing to want to have, but some days I would rather spend my money on other things.

22 Things I Would Rather Spend My Tuition On

I love where I go to school and I love learning, but sometimes I wish I could spend my money on other things. I'm a little impatient and don't want to wait to do all these things once I have a real job that can help me pay for them. But for now, I'll just daydream...

1. Trip To Hawaii

2. A Closet Filled With Shoes

3. A Range Rover

4. A New Wardrobe

5. A Camera To Document All The Cool Things I Will Do.

6. A Trip Across The U.S

7. Books That Aren't $300 A Piece

8. Hire A Chef

9. Go To Yoga On The Beach

10. A Penthouse Apartment

11. A Segway

12. A Cruise

13. Donate To Charity

14. More Make Up

15. VIP Passes And Tickets To See Beyoncé

16. A Jet Ski

17. A Bikini To Wear On My Jet Ski

18. Girls Trip To Vegas

19. Skydiving

20. A Husky

21. ...Then A Pug

22. Then Probably Another Dog

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