Hey everyone! My roommate made me go with her to the library to study today. I thought I'd provide some of my positive, uplifting thoughts I had during my visit. Enjoy. It’s really cold in here. Will this be on the exam? I doubt it, but if I don’t take notes on it, twenty bucks it … Continue reading My Internal Monologue: Thoughts from the University Library
It’s 11:30 pm, and you hop into bed with your favorite pajamas and heavy eyelids. You read for a few minutes, turn off the lamp on your nightstand, and BAM! You’re wide-awake. As a college student, night-owl, and all around irresponsible human being that is awful at going to bed at a consistent time, I … Continue reading What Keeps me up at Night…
Anyone who has been thirteen (or currently is) knows that a crisis begins around this age. Okay, well, a lot of crises, but I’m going to focus on one, because I’m not looking to write a 500 page book on the subject of early teenage crises. This crisis is one of identity. It’s that awful … Continue reading Yes, That Too.
It’s 3 AM. Again. And, shit, you have a nine AM. Also, that professor takes attendance. You have no choice. You will have to your drag your sleepy brain to class with the coffee as strong as you can possibly take it. And then after that, you can’t take a nap because you have something … Continue reading I need a Break, College Lifestyle Blogs.
To-do lists are the bane of my existence. They’re long, they’re impossible, and every time you check something off, Boom! Another item is added to the list. Sound effects aside, I never realized how To-Do lists were actually discouraging my productivity. I always figured that at least having a list of things to do would … Continue reading Are To-Do Lists Hindering your Productivity?!?
You can prepare. You can read articles about organization, you can buy healthy food, you can try all you want, but the first week of school never turns out how you want it. It’s always the same: utter insanity. It’s an avalanche of new expectations, reconnecting with old friends, establishing study habits, and trying to … Continue reading Time Management & Other Personal Failures
I was a good student in high school, and I like to think I’m one in college, too. This said, there’s some not-so-subtle differences in studying for each level. Here’s some tips I learned (mostly the hard way) during freshman year. Sleep is important. I’ve said this before and I’ll say it again. Sleep in … Continue reading Studying in College: What You Don’t Know