Balancing your life with school or work is something that can be a bit tricky if you’re not the best with time management. Making sure you have enough time to get your work done as well as not holding up in your room because you’re too tired to go out or socialize is crucial to maintaining a good work-life balance.
There are ways to make sure you don’t burn yourself out or favor one side over the other.
First you need to see how good or bad your work-life balance is.
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.
Landing your first job post-college is a big deal. You spent years studying your ass off, potentially accruing a crippling debt in the process, and now you have the chance to start paying it all back, and become a productive member of society. Post-college finances are a big deal.
Finances are something a lot of people struggle with, not just young adults out on their own for the first time. Between student loans, credit card debt, unpaid medical bills, and emergencies, it’s no wonder people lose track of their finances.
Hopefully with these tips you will help prevent you having more serious financial issues in the future.
With college basketball in full swing, and my other hobby being a reporter on a specific conference in college ball, I figured I’d take a look at some of the hard earned lessons these college athletes go through and what you can take away from their triumphs and downfalls.
With this being my first Thanksgiving with LBTY, I figured I’d post a list of things I’m thankful for.
Finding a job is tough. Writing a resume is hard work. I know. I’ve been both unemployed and working in the recruiting field dealing with resumes every day. I’ve compiled the best tips and advice I can think of to create a master survival guide for writing a resume.