Background Information: I took dual credit classes in high school, so I actually transferred to college with 33 hours which makes me a sophomore. I say freshman year because it’s basically my first year of officially attending a university. Read More
As a high school student, I was always in love with the idea of being a college student. I was ready to live the college life to its fullest potential. The idea of getting more freedom, making new friends, and maybe even meeting my future husband always excited me, but I realized that college was not all fun and games. It’s a huge responsibility. Thinking that my whole life depends on one degree freaks me out so much. The transition to college has been so hard. There isn’t a day that goes by where I don’t second guess my choices. “Is this degree for me? Can I make it out?” Read More
August is finally here, which means it’s the season to start back to school shopping. My favorite part of this whole process is buying an agenda! I’m absolutely obsessed with them. I will be a college freshman this year, so I will be trying out a daily agenda instead of the usual Lilly Pulitzer weekly agenda. Read More
I am a huge fan of discounts. I mean who doesn’t love to save money while shopping. Going into college without depending on our parents can be challenging, especially when one is so used to getting everything. The harsh reality will eventually hit us like a ton of bricks. If you’re like me you’ll probably go into panic mode and overthink everything. I am here to tell you that can still afford to buy things for yourself at a college student budget; you just have to learn to manage your money better. NEVER spend more than you have. Read More
Hi everyone! I know how hard it is to study in general. I have struggled for a long time, and I finally found a few methods that actually work. After summer time, it usually takes me a while to get the hang the school again. I forget how to study and concentrate during class.
Here are a few tips and tricks that have worked for me. Read More