When one of my favorite college bloggers Samantha from As Life Grows asked me if she could write a guest post for the blog, I was really excited. Not only is Samantha’s content always on point, but she’s also an inspiration of mine! With midterms coming up, you probably have a lot of exams coming your way. Samantha is here to make sure you’re ready! Want to guest post too? Make sure to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org! So without further adieu, enjoy the post!
One thing that every student has to do in college is memorizing. Lucky for some, this comes really easy to them. For others, however, memorization is tough. They struggle to learn new material and actually keep it in their heads. They spend hours studying their notes and still don’t see the results that they hoped for. If this sounds like something you struggle with, then I encourage you to dive right into learning from this post! In this post, I am going to be sharing with you five ways that you can improve your memorization skills before your next test. View Post
I’ve been pretty busy lately and had no motivation left whatsoever when it came to blogging. So when Marie offered to write a guest post for the blog, I couldn’t have been happier! I really liked her idea, and her post turned out to be even better than I expected! I hope you will enjoy it as much as I did. If anyone would like to guest post for A Wanderer’s Adventures, pitch me your ideas at email@example.com! Without further adieu, enjoy Marie’s post!
Going away to college is a huge step, which brings certain changes. While you once lived carefree with your parents and didn’t have to worry about buying groceries, paying bills or cleaning the house. In college, all these chores become your responsibility. Not only will you have to take care of everything, but you will also have to make some important decisions that will affect the rest of your life. Your life after college will be influenced by the choices you made during your education period. The major you choose, the life you live, and the skills you acquire in college will define a big part of your future life. View Post
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
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
One of the things I’ve learned about college is that there’s always going to be a group project. I don’t know why, but professors seem to be fond of the concept. But if there’s one thing you need to know about me is that I hate group projects. I’ve had really bad experiences in the past, where I ended up doing most of the work alone. I have also been on a team where someone literally plagiarized their share and one where one of my teammates bullied another one! (both experiences were during the same project…) Needless to say, I’m not a big fan of group projects. However, I have discovered a few tips over the years to make group projects in college more bearable.