If there’s one part of being a college student that I hate, it’s studying. I mean, I don’t mind going to class, learning new things, taking cute notes, organizing my planner, and all that jazz, but studying? I just can’t seem to wrap my mind around it. I never seem to find proper motivation, and even once I finally get over myself and dive into it, I can never concentrate for long.
That’s why I’m so glad that Diana reached out to me with this blog post! She shares 4 ways that can help you boost your concentration while studying. As someone who can never fully concentrate while studying, I could definitely use her tips! View Post
As my resources every college student needs post was such a hit, I couldn’t help but want to give you more of that content. I mean, everyone loves free (or almost) resources, right?
The editing team at Laptop Ninja thought so too. This is why they approached me to write a guest post that I think all college students and millennials are going to find super useful! I’ve heard of (and used!) most of the tools they mention in this post and can tell you they are thebomb.com. I’m very excited for you to read this post that is full of helpful tools to help ease your college life – and your wallet!
Lately I’ve been struggling with being productive (as the lack of posts on both here and Instagram shows). I think most of the issue has to do with time management. Yes, I’ve had more time to myself since I started this internship, but I think I just didn’t know how to manage it correctly. I was spending time doing things that just didn’t help me reach my goals in the end, and then I was upset when I realized that I was nowhere near reaching my goals? That didn’t make sense.
So I tried to turn my life and manage my time better. Throughout the years, I’ve learned a few time management tips that have helped me be more productive, so here are some of the best time management tips for more productive weeks! View Post
The transition from high school to college seems to be this big thing high schoolers are afraid of. And with reasons! A lot of people leave their home to go to the college they want, which means they’re not only living their family and friends behind, but they’re also leaving their comfort zone. I get it, it’s scary. And trust me, I’ve been there.
One of my readers asked me to develop more on how my transition from high school to college changed me in this reader survey and I thought it was a great idea. I’ve changed a lot since high school. I am not the same girl I used to be. And it’s for the best! The transition from high school to college doesn’t have to be scary. View Post
If there’s one thing that I think I have mastered over the years, it’s how to write a killer college paper. Even when I didn’t understand the prompt all that much or when I thought my content was weak, I ended up getting a somewhat decent grade because, here’s the thing: a lot of your grade will probably depend on whether you follow the “college paper recipe” or not. And once you have that figured out, you’ll never fail a paper again, I promise!
So what is that famous recipe, you ask? Well, today I’m spilling my secrets and sharing with you the step-by-step guide that helps me write killer college papers! View Post