Save Money Without Trying

Save Money Without Trying

Saving money is something that everyone struggles with. It’s also something everyone should be doing. That means starting in college, even when you don’t want to, or feel you can’t. There are many simple ways to save money without trying.

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Post Round Up: May 11, 2017 [Little Birdie Told You]

Post Round Up: May 11, 2017

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!

Post Round Up: May 4th 2017 [Little Birdie Told You]

Post Round Up May 4, 2017

 

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.

Preparing for Final Papers and Essay Exams

Preparing for Final Papers and Essay Exams

Exams are rough. No way around it. That’s their point, to make sure you understand the material you spent the semester working on. But what happens to those who have essays for finals? Most standard methods of studying like flash cards and memorization isn’t something that you utilize for essay exams. So what do you do? Well, as a former English major, I’ve got you covered.

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Decluttering Your Closet: 4 Simple Steps

Decluttering Your Closet- 4 Simple Steps

Decluttering your closet is a big deal. If you’re not prepared, you could end up with a room full of clothes everywhere and a giant hot mess. Decluttering in general is something I’ve talked about before in my College & Minimalism: How They go Together and Why it’s Important post. Decluttering is your first step to minimalism. Even if you’re not looking to become a minimalist, it’s always good to go through your clothes once a year to clean out things that you don’t like, don’t fit, and generally won’t wear.

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5 Things to Learn from Super Bowl LI

5 Things to Learn from Super Bowl LI

 

This year’s Super Bowl was probably the most nail-biting, intense, absolutely astounding football game I’ve ever seen. It will probably go down as the most historic super bowl game of all time. With the ridiculous come back, the assumed first half victory by Falcons fans, tying the game with seconds left… It’s left its mark.

There are so many things to take away from this game that I wanted to compile my favorites for you!

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College Senior Adulting Guide to the Second Semester

College Senior Adulting Guide to the Second Semester

College Senior Adulting Guide to the Second Semester

Your second semester of your senior year is one of the most crucial times in your college career. It’s the time where you need to figure out what you’re doing with your life after you graduate. It’s the time to get a resume together if you already haven’t, figure out where you’re going to live, work, and how you’re going manage your time on your own. In a sense, adulting is hard.

Making sure you have most if not all of these things completely figured out before you don that cap and gown should be you top priorities besides your schooling.

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