I heard about Evernote a few years ago when I read a post about using it to organize your blog. After playing around with it for a few weeks, I started writing my class notes in it, and I haven’t looked back since! Now I use it for almost all of my classes, and I’m… Read More
Tips and inspiration for thriving in college!
Last year I wrote a huge college shopping list, and it remains my most popular post today! Because the list is so big though, some of the items are more necessary than others, and for those with small dorms, several items listed would be impossible to fit (I wish my dorm was big enough for… Read More
For a lot of students, math is the least exciting class on their schedule. It was hard enough in high school, but college math takes things to a whole new level! As an engineering major, I’m taking a math class pretty much every semester for my entire college career, so I’ve had to come up… Read More
I’ve grown up with the mindset that with a little research and effort, I can almost always find what I’m looking for at a discounted price. Once I got a job and started using my own money more often, this became even more important, because price tags looked a lot more like number of hours… Read More
As someone who failed over 5 exams my first semester in college, I know what it feels like to study hard and end up with a low grade. If your study techniques aren’t working for you, it’s time to change something up! I went from getting C’s and B’s to acing almost all of my… Read More
When I left for college my freshman year, I felt pretty clueless about what I would actually need on campus. I forgot about so many things that I made a list for myself with every single item I used throughout the year, and I wanted to share it with y’all! Of course, depending on your… Read More
Between buying textbooks, paying for food, and putting money towards tuition, it’s easy to see the importance of saving money in college. Getting a job isn’t always the most convenient option, especially because it means taking time away from your studies. If you have a huge course load and limited free time, finding ways to… Read More