Learning how to stay healthy in college can be hard as it is, but with coronavirus in the mix this year, it might be even harder. I didn’t prioritize my health freshman year, and I paid the price. Read these essential tips to avoid what happened to me and to fully enjoy your experience.
This semester is sure to present some challenges that we’ve never seen before. I find that online classes are often harder than in-person classes. Between finding a quiet place to study and balancing asynchronous assignments, it can get stressful. Read these tips to find out how to make this semester a little easier!
Even when there’s no pandemic happening outside, the transition into your freshman year of college is hard. Fortunately, everyone is in the same boat, and these tips from my experiences my freshman year are sure to help.
I find that I tend to produce more waste at college than I do at home, and coronavirus protections will definitely increase that already huge amount. These sustainable swaps are great to help offset your plastic waste while at school!
I have no idea what I want to do after college, but internships are a great way to figure it out! Read more to learn about what it’s like to work remotely as a PR intern.
College packing lists can be long and overwhelming. Consider this an “anti-college packing list” filled with 8 items you won’t need at college, even though some people say you do.
While not everyone knows whether they will be returning to campus or not, I figured it’s always good to be prepared. Even if you aren’t planning on shopping for your dorm items until later in the summer, save this post to your favorites to reference!
In the summer, it can be easy to let free time get away from you. To stay organized and on track with my goals, I use a bullet journal! Read more to find out exactly how I use mine to stay productive!
Practically all college students struggle with procrastination, but eventually our work gets done. The goals with no due date are the hardest to accomplish, but this post will help you get started.
Wow. I seriously cannot believe that I am already half way finished with college. That actually blows my mind. This summer, my dad made me so excited because he said that sophomore year takes the cake for the best year. Although I can’t determine that until I graduate, I think that’s not the case for sophomores anywhere. Regardless of your year, 2020 probably won’t be the best of the 4, but it will definitely be the most memorable. Until March 9, however, sophomore year did have the potential to be the best one yet. I grew even closer to my…