If there’s one thing that I hoped for this year is that I would finally bring my blog to the next level, and that starts with reaching my goals for 2017. I’ve never been really good at keeping up with goals, mostly because I totally forget that I had set them in the first place (oops). This year, I want things to be different. This is why I thought that, after each quarter, I would do a little quarterly goal update. This idea helps me remain proactive and ensures that I actually set a strategy towards reaching my goals.
If you haven’t read the last quarterly update, make sure to check it out here as well! So here’s how I’ve done with my goals for 2017 in the second quarter (April to June). View Post
Congratulations! You’ve been accepted to study abroad. Now, what?
Just because you’ve finally received your acceptance letter doesn’t mean it’s time to sit back and enjoy (though you should a little). You thought getting your application ready was hard? Well, be ready to work even harder. Your study abroad application was just the beginning. Now, the real fun begins! (At least for type A planners like me.)
There is a lot to do to prepare your semester abroad. Between travel plans and academic choices, you might not know where to begin. Don’t worry! I know what it’s like. If you’re not sure where to head into first, here are a couple things that should figure on the top of your checklist. View Post
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
If you follow me on Twitter, you probably know that I’ve hit the biggest creative slump lately. That explains why I’ve barely posted anything on here or on Instagram in almost a month. I tried several times to come up with something, but every time I ended up staring at a blank screen, sighing loudly, and turning off my laptop. Been there?
Let’s be honest: this sucks. There’s nothing worse than wanting to get your creative juices out and not having any good ideas. But don’t worry, if I can live through a creative rut, so can you! It happens even to the best of us.
I thought I would make the best out of this situation and try to help you go through a creative rut without losing your mind! 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!