As you know, I lead a pretty busy lifestyle. Between classes, work, and blogging, it can get a bit hectic sometimes. All of this craziness means that I have to be super organized, or I might end up feeling overwhelmed.
One of the tools that I use to help me stay on top of everything is my planner. Quite honestly, I cannot live without it. I’d be completely lost if I didn’t have one!
I’ve changed the way I use it over the years, but ever since I got to university, I stuck with one way that works for me. I thought I’d share with you how I organize my planner to ensure that I stay organized!
Blogging is a hobby that can take up a lot of your time. Not only do you need to write posts, but you also have to promote them in order to see results. It may not seem like a lot, but trust me, just that is plenty already. And it doesn’t end here! Bloggers tend to have a ton of social media accounts they use as promotion tools, and those need to be kept updated too. There is always something to be done or to be improved.
As a college blogger, I cannot dedicate all of my time to blogging, as I wish I could do. I also have a part-time job, so that takes up a lot of my time as well. So, in order to be able to make it, time management is key. Finding a balance between blogging, college, and work can be hard, but it’s totally doable!
Today, I’m sharing with you how I handle it all, and I hope that these tips will be able to help you too!
Recently, I’ve been tagged on Twitter to answer the following question: Why do you blog?
And while some might be able to answer this easily, I found it hard to answer. It got me to think: what has motivated me to start a blog? And, even better: what has motivated me to keep it? To be able to answer this correctly, I need to take you back to the beginning. This is why today, I’m getting a bit more personal and sharing with you why I blog and my blogging story.
College is a rocky road. You will experience a lot of things, both good and bad. My freshman year wasn’t amazing, but it wasn’t bad either. I learned so many things about myself, and about the college experience in general.
You read a lot of stuff online, there are a lot of movies, TV shows and books about college, but none of them tell you what’s really going to happen: every person’s experience is different. You might live something similar to what is depicted on TV, but you might also live something completely different.
So today, I decided to share with you 13 lessons I learned in my freshman year. I hope these tips might help the freshmen or even older college students to survive their college years!
It feels weird for me to say that it’s finally back-to-school time, because I still haven’t properly gotten out of school just yet (only three more days!!). But, still, I can’t ignore the fact that back-to-school season is right at our doors, and do you know what that means? It’s time to talk about back-to-school shopping! In this optic, I thought I’d share with you my back-to-school essentials!