It’s almost time for back-to-school season, which means a lot of new students are worried about using the dorm bathroom. I know that it can be scary, I was in your shoes at one point. Today’s post will give you the lowdown on everything you need to know about sharing a bathroom with your hallmates. We are breaking down everything you need, how to avoid getting a fungus, and of course, how to avoid being that person in the bathroom.
Let’s get started:
Do you ever wonder how to get more done on the tasks you have to daily? It may seem like everyone has their entire life together, they are crushing their to-do lists, and you are stuck with a million tasks on your plate. Today’s post is going to break down twelve tips to help you get more done so you can feel accomplished on a daily basis. We all want to do more with less time, right?
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August is rapidly approaching, and butterflies are starting to flutter in incoming first-year students across the nation. Today, I wanted to chat about college move-in day. These are tips from a girl who went through college move-in day her freshman year, then helped move first-year students in every year from her Sophomore through Senior year.
Today’s post is going to help you have a smooth college move-in day transition.
If you are a liberal arts major, more than likely you have heard this phrase a million times:
“So, what are you going to do for the rest of your life?” –– Concerned, Nosy Relative
I am here to give you all the tips and tricks you need to survive these questions by thinking about your major differently. You can study what makes you happy without sacrificing your future in the working world.
Today let’s chat about how to use the skills you have learned as a liberal arts major to get a freaking job.