I know, I know—this seems like a good problem to have. Why would someone want their college classes to be harder? Not everyone understands or agrees, but lately, I’ve been feeling totally bored.
If you’re feeling mentally (and physically) exhausted, your stress and anxiety levels are through the roof, and you feel like you have nowhere to turn, you’re probably on the verge of burnout—and before you completely lose your passion, it’s time to take a step back and figure out what you can do to balance everything you have going on. Continue reading “How to Bounce Back When You’re on the Verge of Burnout—Balancing School, Work, & Relationships”
Whether your major is English, math, or even music, there’s a college blogger out there with tips to help you rise to the top of your class. If you’re looking for only the best advice on how to succeed in any of your classes, check out the posts below from college students just like you!
English is a particularly tricky subject, especially if you’re more of a science or math-y person. But don’t let this required general ed course be the bane of your GPA. If reading and writing aren’t your thing, or that 500-word essay is keeping you up all night—let me (the English major, total book nerd, and professional writer) help you out with some ways to overcome college English.
I learned so much during my freshman year of college, and not just in classes. I discovered things about myself that I never expected, figured out how to actually study, and learned that making a relationship work takes a lot of effort (on both ends). As I approach my second year of college, I’m looking back on what I learned — and, let me tell you: it was a lot.
We’re so close to the first day of classes this semester! If you want to be the most fashionable campus cutie this fall, check out my lookbook for some outfit inspiration—and read on for links to all the clothes seen in the video (all at reasonable prices!).
The semester is beginning yet again, ladies, and it’s never too late (or too early) to prepare—with the help of the very best college bloggers on the web. Luckily, all of our very best college-prep articles are in one spot for you to reference—so what are you waiting for? Start checking these things off your to-do list!
Let’s face it: money is tight for college students. With the impending doom of paying back student loan debt, and not enough hours in the day to get a well-paying job in most cases, we really need to be smart with our money, and make it last. If you need to stretch your dollars even thinner, try these money-saving tips for students:
From editorials with no paragraph breaks to sentences with no verbs, there are a lot of writing mistakes that an editor can fix.
We’ll do all we can to help your writing. We can add punctuation, chapter breaks, and helping verbs; we can fix your grammar and correct your spelling—but there’s one feature of writing that we editors can’t (and won’t) fix for you.
With students receiving immense pressure from parents, mentors, and peers to succeed, exam anxiety is on the rise. Test stress affects thousands of students nationwide and around the world, both in primary schools and in college. It has caused lowered grades, diminished health, and an increase in substance abuse amongst millennials. The stress that comes from major exams, like midterms and finals, is hurting us all – and it’s time we did something about it.
Since I started school, the world has moved on from paper agendas and post-it notes. We now depend on to-do list apps, electronic notes, and spreadsheets to remind us of what needs to be done. Don’t get me wrong: I love my due date spreadsheet on my MacBook, but there is something to be said about the paper method – it can really be a lifesaver at times. If you’re like me, and sometimes need a breather from all the technology, try using these two real-paper products to keep everything organized.