Schedule Time To Stand Up!

Schedule Time To Stand Up! To be blunt, starting college will hit you over the head like a ton of bricks. Luckily, you strong enough to handle it. This is because you are a Badger, and you were accepted out of thousands of candidates to take on the challenge. When times are tough, you will Read More…

QuizLIT

In high school, I was one of those students that was lucky enough to not have to study and still be able to ace classes. However, that changed when I started college. I knew what Quizlet was and had used it once or twice but I wasn’t as familiar with it as other people were. Read More…

That was due today?!?

My best tip to any student, incoming or 5th year seniors, is to stay incredibly organized. Not only as a student, but as an employee as well, the most useful thing I’ve done for myself is master calendar making and managing. Every time something is asked of me or something is due, I immediately put Read More…

How to be An Adult (Or How to Fake it)

Going into your freshman year, you may think that you need to already have everything figured out. Rest assured, adulting takes figuring out, and it takes a lot of failures, but that’s okay. No one else knows what they’re doing either. Though it’s a cliche that college students survive on ramen, it doesn’t mean you Read More…

Eat Smart

College can be hard! You have to make sure you get to class, find enough time to study while also being social and having fun, schedule your own appointments, and much more. With all of that to keep track of, food and nutrition often fall to the wayside, but that doesn’t have to be the Read More…

3 Resourceful Study Tips

You live during a time of unlimited resources. A major key to mastering college is learning how to be resourceful because the more preparation material you have, the greater chance you’ll be ready for anything on the exam. Here are 3 tips for being resourceful in college. Make sure you grab a study guide. Teachers Read More…

Change It Up To Study It Up!

I hadn’t developed good study habits in high school, but once coming to college I picked up a very useful one. In the town I grew up, we had a few libraries but not as much at Madison. Something that helps me study is changing up the location of where I study every now and Read More…

Pixie Dust Isn’t Real

Before you read any further, I must warn you that I am not the right person to seek advice from, when it comes to “adulting”. You are talking to the guy that unsuccessfully made oatmeal this morning before locking himself out of his apartment. Anyhow, my immaturity is actually great news for you. Let me Read More…

The Sounds of Study Sessions

Regardless of major, classes, or schedule, chances are that soon after the semester begins you’ll have to discover how you study best. ¬†Other entries in this blog offer great suggestions for learning/studying, but I’m here to offer my own: having a reliable study music playlist (or more) can help your focus and make studying more Read More…