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The World’s First National Period Day

Today, Oct. 19, marks the very first national period day, according to Period., a non-profit organization fighting to end “period poverty.”

As this article is being written, rallies are taking place across the country to part the red sea of the oppressive “tampon tax” on period products.

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How to Save on School Supplies

Everyone wants to go back to school feeling cool with decorative notebooks, colorful pens, mechanical pencils, novelty erasers, and sturdy binders, but the price of school supplies themselves can leave you in a bind – especially if you’re a parent supplying two, three, four, or more children.

In fact, the National Retail Federation (NRF) reports that families will be spending record-breaking amounts on “back to school” shopping this year, with the average household that has K-12 students spending $696.70. Households with college-aged students plan on spending $976.78, the highest amount ever recorded by the NRF.

However, you don’t have to drop hundreds – nearly a thousand – to send your kids back to school in style and equipped with the tools they need to succeed.

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What in the World Wednesdays #10: Feeling the Bern and Leaving Neverland

Bernie Sanders held his first rally for the 2020 United States Presidential Election in Brooklyn on Saturday.

Meanwhile, Michael Bloomberg confirmed that he is not running in the 2020 US Presidential Election, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is under the microscope, HBO aired the second half of “Leaving Neverland,” a church burned down in WV without affecting a single bible, and Target is raising their minimum wage to $15/hr by 2020.

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A Modern Look at the American Dream

In the land of the free with its gold paved streets and home of the brave, the American Dream is ever changing. Although life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness remain our core values as a nation, our individual goals continue to evolve alongside our culture and economy.

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Monthly Newsletter #1: New Year, New Month, New Zine

This month, The Burgundy Zine celebrated the release of the first issue More Money, First Issues which centered around the theme of finance.

We also hit the ground running with regular blog posts and multiple series including Tune-In Tuesdays, What in the World Wednesdays, as well as coverage of the longest government shutdown in U.S. history.

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The Burgundy Zine Issue #1: More Money, First Issues

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Don’t Spare Your Change

Whether you’ve just stumbled upon a lucky penny in the street, a quarter between your cushions, or a childhood piggy bank, don’t spare your change. Dimes may be a dozen, but a few dozen dimes definitely does double dependably and unexpectedly.

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