Oh wow. I tried a more creative title for today’s post, and I’m not too sure how I feel about it. Thoughts? Anyways, finals week is less than a week away, and that means I’m that much closer to moving out of college! Now, don’t get me wrong, I love the freedom of college. I don’t, however, like my current living situation.
So, here are some things I’m not going to miss once I move back home.
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Yes, you read that right. I’m a morning person and I’m a college student. I know that’s a rare pairing, but I love it! College doesn’t have to mean late nights spent studying or even having to pull all-nighters. I can tell you that I (somehow) manage to get 8 hours of sleep a night, stay on top of my school work, and have a social life.
Here are my reasons why I’m a morning person, even in college.
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Class registration is here once again! This can either be really stressful because hello schedule conflicts! or… yeah, no it’s basically just a really stressful time. You’re basically scheduling how stressful your life is going to be for the next four months.
On top of just trying to get the classes you need and hoping there will be no schedule conflicts, there are so many other things you need to consider! Today I have five things that you may not have considered when it comes to scheduling classes.
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Today I’m going to get a little more personal than I usually do in my posts. I am talking about fitness, my struggles and triumphs with fitness, and how it’s changed my outlook on life. I feel that sometimes, especially with girls, we think that we have to have this perfect body, that we can’t gain weight, and that if you don’t fit a specific stereotype, it’s not okay. Today I want to share how none of that is true and that all that really matters is your own happiness, whether that be from working out or sitting on the couch devouring a bag of chips (because tbh, both of those things make me very happy).
The world paints a really distorted view of being healthy or being in shape. Society highlights all of these teeny tiny models with itty bitty waists and that’s our view of healthy. Now, I’m not saying that these models aren’t healthy. KEEP READING “My Fitness Journey”
Taking notes is an essential part of any college student’s life. For me, I’m either in class trying to scribble down as much as I can, or I’m back at my dorm rewriting the notes I took during class. I like to have my notes clean, organized, and colorful! I’m much more likely to enjoy taking notes and studying if I find them visually appealing. Want to have killer notes? Take a look at my suggestions below!
Of course we all learn differently, so feel free to adapt my suggestions to your own note taking routine! And don’t forget to grab a copy of my Tips & Tricks for Note Taking Freebie! Print it out, keep it in your notebook, and always have handy tips on how to improve your notes.
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With college comes with a lack of income which can lead to unhealthy food choices. You tend to get more for your money if you buy the sugar-filled and fat-filled options from the store. The goal of my Easy College Meals recipes is to provide meals that are cheap and easy to make! And, most importantly, they’re healthy! Well, healthier than the store-bought options.
In this post, I’m going to show you how to make one of my favorites, black bean and corn quesadillas. Canned beans and canned corn are relatively inexpensive, and you’ll have tortillas let over to make even more quesadillas or other healthy snacks!This recipe is pretty self-explanatory, but why not show you pictures anyways!
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