How to Write a Stellar Resume in College (Traveling Through Tulips): As someone who specializes in more IT related resumes, it’s nice to see things from a different perspective.
Things to Do During Free Time on Campus (Read Study Repeat): Figuring out what to do with your free time on campus (hah!) can be daunting if you’re new to organizing your own time. But Read Study Repeat has things to get you started.
What is a 401K?: 10 Tips to Start Saving Now to Retire a Millionaire (Coming Up Roses): 401ks are HUGE in the working world. As soon as you get the chance to invest in one from your job, grab that up. Coming Up Roses has a great 10 tips on the basics to get you going.
How to Find Your Zone of Creativity (Alexa Koch): Finding your zone is hard enough, but finding your zone of creativity is even harder.
Dealing with Sleep Deprivation in College (College with Caitlyn): Sleep deprivation in college is a real thing. Once you’ve read about dealing with it, head over to my post of Ways to Get a Good Night’s Sleep in College
5 Important Career Lessons Most People Learn Too Late in Life (A Millennial’s Guide to Life): You’re already a step ahead if you learn these lessons now rather than later.
How to Manage Life as a Student (Dani Dearest): Managing your life as student is tough. Especially if you’re on your own for the first time. Let Dani Dearest help you out with that.
Student Budget Life Hacks (15Bex02): Any kind of life hack is always a warm welcome. One of the things I regret is not budgeting during school. Get a head start here.
How to Cultivate Mindfulness & Gratitude (Alexa Koch): I’m still learning how to practice mindfulness. This is a great introduction to the concepts.
What is the National Student Exchange Program? (Letters from Sunshine): This is an interesting program I had never heard of before. Check it out and see if it’s for you!
30 Netflix shows for a rainy day (Rebekah Blogs): Who doesn’t need a list of Netflix shows to watch?
4 Must-Have Items for College Dorm Rooms (Happy Student Life): These are some serious must-haves! I had all but one thing on the list when I was in college.
How to Make Class Enrollment Less Stressful (Macarons & Mascara): Signing up for classes was always a stressful time for me. Fighting to sign up for your necessary classes first before they were full caused more than one stress binge.
Advice from a Double Major (The Wise Willow): If you need some insight on being a double major, look no further.
19 Things I’ve Learned in 19 Years (Just Gigi): After 19 years of life, Gigi gives 19 things she’s learned along the way.
Now that the New Year is upon us, I figured I’d do a top posts round up of the top posts of 2016! I first want to thank all of you lovely people who have viewed, commented, liked, tweeted, posted on facebook, etc. I wouldn’t have top posts if you guys didn’t exist.
So, thank you!
Now, onto the posts.
The Key to Surviving Finals Week: Dead Day (My Crazy Hectic Life): The day before finals but after class ends is the dreaded “dead day”. You’re not obligated to do anything, so what should you do? My Crazy Hectic Life has you covered.
Take a Break: 30-Minute Study Break Ideas (Brianna Fae): Studying for finals is crazy enough. Take a break with these 30 minute study break ideas!
Reducing Exam Anxiety and Nerves (The Cosmic Road): I don’t know about you, but finals really ramped up my anxiety! Figure out how to calm your nerves to do the best on your finals and papers.
How to Get in the Holiday Spirit During Finals (A Wanderer’s Adventures): Getting in the holiday spirit is tough for some people, but doing so while trying to make sure you pass your finals and exams is tough. A Wanderer’s Adventures has a great post on how to get your holiday on.
10 Date Night Ideas – on the cheap! (Life with C): Dates don’t have to be expensive and a lot can actually be free! Whether you’re a frugal millennial or a broke college student, these date ideas are great for anyone low on cash and high on romance.
How to Practice Self-Care in the Winter (Very Erin): It can be tough remembering to take care of yourself in the winter. Things get a lot darker earlier and grey-er as the winter really starts to roll in with the snow. Seasonal Depression is a thing, but remembering to practice self care is a big part of staying sane.
Deciding Who You Want to Be Post 2016 Election (FEMpotential): This election season was one hell of a ride. A lot of people feel that this is a pivotal moment in US history. Bigotry may rise, but what are you going to be?
How to Write a Kickass Paper in College (MACARONS & MASCARA): As a former English major, I can tell you how annoying writing papers can get. But if you’re not writing a paper about everything you’ve ever talked about in class, these tips can help you write a paper you’re proud of.
How To Kick Ass During The Academic Final Countdown (The Happy Arkansan): The last few weeks of the semester can be really tough. Making sure you have all of your final papers, exams, and assignments are all done, handed in and studied for can get a bit overwhelming. The Happy Arkansan has a guide on how to keep everything under control.
Why Everyone Should Journal & How to Start One (College With Caitlyn): Journaling was what kept me sane in my younger years and definitely comes in handy still. I’m a huge notebook nerd and love finding the perfect pen. But nothing beats being able to offload your problems and stresses onto a piece of paper.
3 Essential Tips for Staying Productive After a Long Day (The Cosmic Road): Ever notice how you’re super productive when you’ve got a lot going on, but tend to hit a slump when you actually have the time to get things done? The Cosmic Road has you covered with how to stay productive.
How to Deal with Toxic Friendships (Endless May): Not every friendship is going to be healthy and unfortunately sometimes they end up being toxic. They can be hard to identify from within, but Endless May has a great post on how to identify and deal with a potential toxic friendship
4 Adult Lessons You Learn When Living Off Campus (Simply Being Kim): Living off campus is a huge step in adulting. Learning to live on your own without the safety net of campus living is crucial to becoming an independent adult.
4 Ways to Prepare for an Interview (A Wonderer’s Adventures): Interviews are probably the most crucial part of the job searching process besides making sure your resume lands you that interview. Check out these tips on how to nail that interview and land the job!
5 #GirlBoss books to get through your quarter-life crisis (Absolutely Azanique): Quarter-life crisis’s are a real thing! It’s not just middle-aged, balding men who buy sports cars that get all the fun of panicking in a new era of life. Check out these 5 books to get you through your quarter-life crisis.
Benefits of Positive Thinking + How I Do it (My Little Box of Tricks): Positive thinking is a lot more powerful than you think. You never know how a few thoughts can change your day. Click here to read about one blogger’s way of thinking positive and how you can benefit from it too.
How to Choose a Major that Suits You (College with Caitlyn): Choosing a major when you’re not 100% sure can be one of the most nerve wracking things of you college career. Choosing the wrong major and hating what you’re studying can really take a told on your life. Check out this post on how to help figure out which major is best for you.
Post Round Up
If You Have Trouble With Time Management – Read This Now (Sincerely Kenz): It’s been a few months of the new school year, so it you’re having trouble getting organized, it’s best you check out this great post about time management.
Tips for a Productive Morning (Kayla Blogs): Having trouble keeping pace in the morning? Maybe you’re running late or not getting everything you want to get done before you leave the house? Check out these tips to overhaul your mornings.
Staying Productive through the Long Stretch (My Crazy Hectic Life): Sometimes life gets a bit overwhelming. Want to learn how to get through it without ripping your hair out? This chick’s got it!
Healthy (ish) Snacks for a College Dorm (Killer Harmony): Keeping a healthy diet is hard enough. Figuring out how to merge that with a college schedule is even tougher. Here is a list of healthy (ish) snacks for your dorm.