Studying in College: What You Don’t Know

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

Punch your Mind in the Face and other Necessary Advice

“Something punched my mind in the face.” -They Might Be Giants, in I Love you for Psychological Reasons I was listening to music today and fell upon some inspiration for this blog post. It’s the above quote, in case you were wondering.  I was thinking about how well I relate to that sentiment.  Something punching … Continue reading Punch your Mind in the Face and other Necessary Advice

11 Things I Wish I Knew My Freshman Year

College is really intimidating, and it's a huge transition.  Here's a list I compiled of advice to help you out your freshman year. Study in the library If I had any advice to give to freshmen, it’s to avoid studying in your dorm or apartment. I find I’m much more motivated and efficient working on … Continue reading 11 Things I Wish I Knew My Freshman Year

Expectations and Other Collegiate Problems

If you’re failing on your six-month old New Year’s resolution, don’t worry. I don’t even remember mine. Lately, I’ve been thinking about the kind of person I want to be.  As I get older, and as adulthood is starting to turn into my reality, I can’t help but think about how I ‘turned out’.  My … Continue reading Expectations and Other Collegiate Problems