I’ve always been good with organization. Ever since I was in elementary school, I loved planning and organizing things
(except my bedroom, haha). So the transition from high school to college wasn’t too hard for me. I was used to working hard and having a completely different schedule didn’t throw me off.
But I know it’s not the case for everyone. Organization is one of the things college students struggle with the most. It also happens to be one of the most important skills you can develop during your college years! You will need it to stay on top of assignments and social commitments, just like you will need it in the future with deadlines and appointments!
While I may be an organization freak, I also know what it’s like to be a hot mess. So today I thought I’d share some of the knowledge I’ve gathered over the years with you! View Post
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!
Due to the overwhelming responses to the picture of my desk I posted on Twitter recently during my very first blogger chat, I thought it would be a great idea to show you how I organize my desk at home, and give you a few tips on desk organization!
First of all, you have to know that I am not in a college dorm. Neither do I live in my own apartment. With the university campus I go to being so close to my house, I actually decided to stay at home, at my parents’ house. I am living in the same room I’ve been in for years. This allows me not to have to pay rent or to have to move out at all. View Post