I think by now you know, but I’m currently on an internship until the end of April. I’ve written a few posts about it, but every time I get questions about the entire internship process. Trust me, I get it. Internships can be scary! But they’re also a great opportunity to work in your field before you graduate and gain some relevant experience! So, how do you find and land internships? I crafted this step-by-step guide to landing your dream internship to help you do just that!
As you may know, I’m currently the Marketing Intern for an automotive company in Boucherville, and will be until April 21. My internship started on January 9, which means my first week is already over! I can’t believe how quickly time flies.
I headed to my internship on Monday, January 9 with butterflies in my stomach. I was in a new town, all by myself, and I was going to meet the people I would be working with 40 hours every week for the next 15 weeks. Talk about scary! I had no idea to expect.
I know starting a new internship can be scary, so I gathered a few lessons and things to remember about the first week of an internship! View Post
It’s every blogger’s dream to get more pageviews. Whether we care about numbers or not, in the end, we all want to reach and help more people.
Back in March, I had around 300 pageviews. That was an all-time record for me back then. Now, I get that amount in a day (and some days a lot more than that!). I went from having 300 pageviews a month to a monthly average of now 18,000 pageviews. In the span of 9 months, I 60x my pageviews. But that didn’t happen overnight. That took a lot of efforts, but I’m happy to say that it paid off. So how did I grow my blog’s traffic? View Post
Okay, let’s get real. College is hard, y’all. And that’s being said from a girl who has a 4.0. It requires autonomy, organization, independence, hard work… and adulting. Not everyone finds it easy to go through these four years (or more!) of our lives.
But just because it’s hard doesn’t mean it’s not doable. Yes, you’ll have to work hard. But trust me, it’ll all be worth it once you’ll be holding your diploma. One of the things that can make the whole college thing easier is using the right resources. Not sure where to start? I made the ultimate list of resources every college student needs just for you! View Post
I’ve always been known to be quite the bookworm. Ever since I’ve learned how to read, I’ve had a book by my side. I recently talked about my favorite books of 2016, and when I mentioned that I had read 75 books during the year, people seemed to be surprised. Someone on Twitter asked me how I managed to read so many books, since I also happen to be a college student, have a part-time job, and blog. I know it’s also a lot of people’s goal to read more books during the year.
Before we dive into it, there’s something I have to admit: I am a fast reader. I always have been. I can read a book in one sitting, and that usually only takes me a few hours (depending on the book). I read mostly in English, even if it’s not my mother tongue. And yes, I still read just as fast in English as I do in French, my native language. So needless to say that being a fast reader plays a big part when it comes to fitting books into my schedule. But I still have few tips that might be able to help you reaching your reading goals! View Post