I was talking to my friends the other day about college and being completely out of inspiration when it comes to blogging content when one of them suggested that I write a post about things that I wish I had known before starting college, now that I was a senior. Then, it hit me. I am going to be a senior. My years at university have been such a blur! It feels like just yesterday that I was embarking upon this great journey that is college. I can’t believe that in less than a year now, I will be a college graduate. I feel like I still have so much to learn and definitely don’t feel ready to get into the workforce.

Going to college soon? Click through to find out the 75 things you should know before college.

But still, I have learned quite a few things during my college years, and I thought it would be a great idea to share my wisdom with you. 😉 Also, I remembered that my friends Gabby and Hannah over at The Swirl wrote a similar post two years ago and they inspired the format of this post. Check them out for even more tips to succeed in college!  View Post

It hasn’t been that long since my last life update, but I feel like a lot has been going on since the last time I wrote an update. A chapter of my life ended, and a new one is about to begin. I have a lot planned in the next couple of weeks, so I thought I would give you a heads up. So here’s what has been going on in my life lately:  View Post

I have been asked many times how I manage to do it all. Normally, during the semester, I have several classes, a part-time job, and a blog (aka a second job). And at the end of the day, I still manage to get As in most (or all) of my classes. How do I do it all? With my planner. This is the one tool that I use religiously semester after semester and I swear that it is the main reason why I am a successful student.

With the beginning of a new school year comes the time to prepare for the new semester. One of the things I love most about new semesters is setting up my planner. But in order for your planner to work for you, you have to set yourself up for success.

One of the things I love most about back-to-school is setting up my planner. Click through to find out how to organize your planner for a new semester!

Sometimes, being organized is easier said than done. I’ve had years to master the perfect recipe to successful planning, but with this step-by-step guide to setting up your planner for a new semester, you won’t have to worry about being disorganized anymore!

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Click through to see what books you should add to your TBR this summer.

I don’t know why, but I have been in such a reading mood lately. Maybe it’s the fact that summer is *finally* upon us, or maybe I’m just getting tired of bingeing stuff on Netflix (haha, let’s be serious for a moment). But I’ve read 7 books in the past month (including two books in the span of a three-day weekend), which hasn’t happened in ages. With all of this reading, I have discovered a few favorites. So, here are 10 books I’ve loved this year and that you should definitely add to your TBR this summer!

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As you probably know, I’ve been interning for a company in the past couple months. I’ve been living the marketing intern life since January, and it’s hard for me to believe that it’s all going to be over in a few weeks (less than 3!). Over the past few months, I’ve learned the ins and outs of being an intern, and what it takes to be the best one there is.

What do is take to be the best intern ever? Click through to find out!

Now, I’m not proclaiming myself to be the best intern ever (people at work, if you are reading this, please note that this is definitely not how I see myself!), but I do have a few tips to help you get the best experience you could imagine, most of them learned through trial and error. So, how do you become the best intern ever? With these tips!  View Post