My due date spreadsheet is by far my most popular download from this site, and if you guys love that so much, I’m sure you’ll love the adult-ier version.
I was 19 and a junior in college when I landed my first full-time job.
I have been blogging for years now (not always on this specific site—but nonetheless), and I’ve learned a thing or two about what sells, and what totally doesn’t. And because I think we can all be successful in the blogging world, I’d love to share my findings with you!
For many of us, the semester is coming to a close, which means a huge weight off of all of our shoulders—at least for a little while. I especially feel more relaxed now that final grades have been posted because I have had a crazy semester (story time!), and it took a lot of discipline to get through it with my head above water.
Okay—it’s official. I suck at Blogmas. But I’m back today with a great, informative post for any aspiring entrepreneurs like myself! If you’re looking to start an online business like I did, make sure you have these things in order before you start:
It’s that time of year again—time to buy a new planner for the new year! And after having tested dozens of planners throughout my years in school, there’s only one I’ve stuck with: The Day Designer!
Throughout college, students work hard to learn how to be leaders in the community and the workplace. We learn what it takes to be strong, compassionate innovators who can take command and manage large groups of people toward a common goal. These heavily-taught skills can be expanded, with just a few tweaks, to turn local leaders into global ambassadors that work to change the world: