2 Helpful Time-Saving Tips

Getting set up at college was difficult for me. I had to fly halfway across the country to a school where I knew literally 2 people. When my parents dropped me off they helped me get set up in my room and then that was it, and they left. I was pretty lost and didn’t Read More…

Didn’t feel a vibration? Keep it in your pocket!

We all have them, those dang smartphones. One of the most versatile tools and we have them at our fingertips almost all day. You’ll see people taking pictures of their food, taking selfies by the lake, or scrolling through Facebook almost at all times, especially in the most awkward year; freshman year. It becomes a Read More…

Three Ways to Save Money like an Adult

Now that you’re in college, you’ve got to act more like an adult. And as hard at is it, part of being an adult is saving money. As college student, there are a lot of expenses to be paid – food, books, sports, and living are just a few of them. After my freshman year, Read More…

No Supervisors, No Problem?

In high school, there was a constant reminder if you weren’t doing good enough to get into college. Whether it be your guidance counselor or your parents, everyone always seemed to stick their nose in your business. Now that I’m in college I almost wish I still had that. Becoming an adult means no more Read More…

You Won’t Remember That. Write it Down

When I turned 18, I thought I was a true adult. However, when I got to college, I couldn’t believe what I had gotten myself into. Luckily I started to write things down. I don’t think I’ve ever been told with good direction: “don’t write that down, you’ll remember it,” because I won’t. Therefore, tip Read More…