Have trouble staying focused while studying? Deep breaths and soft music not helping your study session? It might be time to try some outside tools to help! There are thousands of study and productivity apps out there, but here I’ve compiled a list of 7 of my personal favorites. I don’t currently . . .
The Ultimate Guide To Acing Your Scholarship Interview
Are you a current or incoming college student? Scholarships are a great way to fund your education and reduce the financial burden on you and/or your family. Good grades and active participation in extracurricular activities count, but to win a scholarship, you need to stand out from the crowd and . . .
How To Create An Impressive Resume As A Student
Starting in high school and continuing into your young adult life, the task of job-searching is an essential one for many. And one of the first steps is to create a strong resume that encapsulates your skills and experience. Creating a resume as a high school and early college student can be . . .
Top 15 Tech Gadgets Every Student Should Know About
Today, there are thousands, though probably much more than you can imagine, of different and unique tech gadgets out there. From intelligent AI to small fidget tools, these gadgets are present everywhere. For students, some of these tech tools can come in extremely helpful when it comes to . . .
Hack The College Textbook: Save Money Like A Pro
If you’re about to step into college, you’ll soon encounter the topic of textbooks (especially their cost). A common question from college first-years is how to avoid spending so much for textbooks– they cost a pretty penny! In this post, I’m going to show you 7 ways to save money on a college . . .
50 Things Every High School Senior Should Try
Congratulations, you’re finally in your senior year of high school! Though this may be a stressful time (in the midst of college applications), it’s still a time to celebrate– you’ve come so far! In this post, I’ve gathered 50 fun (and not-so-fun) things to do in your senior year of high school. . . .