Lately, I've been in an unproductive slump. I come home from a full day of class and work, and the only thing I can think about is watching Castle with my roomies. Don't get me wrong, those are often my favorite moments, but then I find myself waking up ungodly early (I'm talking 4 a.m.) in a desperate rush to catch up on my mile-long to-do list. Now that I'm finally getting back in the grove of things, I thought I'd share all the things that help me stay motivated.
My freshman year of college I would roll out of bed, rub the dust out of my eyes, throw on a hoodie and head to class. Last semester, my first semester of sophomore year, I landed an internship that required me to be there at 8 a.m. (don't worry it was 1000% worth it). I knew the gremlin hoodie look wasn't going to cut it, so I developed a morning routine, and it has honestly saved my life. Here are some of the tips I used to implement my routine:
2019 is right around the corner! A new year typically equates to new goals, but as the thrill of the new year fades so do these goals. It’s easy to get overwhelmed with the weight of all you want to achieve this year. That’s why I’m here to help you manage it so sit back, grab a coffee and let’s get down to business. Establish the Why The first thing, and probably the most important thing, is establishing the why. When setting your goals ask yourself why do I want to achieve this? On a sheet of paper, write out all your goals and why you want to achieve each goal. Try to…
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas, and that means decorating! Living on a college budget can make decorating your apartment challenging, but with these few tips, you can have it screaming Winter Wonderland in no time.
It's finally that time of the year. The time of the year filled with anxious nail-biting, sloppily written notes and a stale mix of dark circles and coffee breath. Good times? Maybe not, but I'm here to make them a little less stressful and a lot more bearable. So let's get started! Here are all the things you need or should do to reduce your stress level during finals.