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The Ultimate Supply Checklist for College Students (Includes Printable)

Whether you’re about to be a freshman or you’re already in college, you know that teachers no longer give you a list of school supplies that you need to buy. When I was a freshman, I created my own supply list, and I’m sharing it with you today  as a super cute printable! It lists all the essentials you needs plus extras that are helpful.     Download it as a pdf through Dropbox here. No signup required; click “Continue to View.” Don’t forget to  ...

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College Life, Lifestyle

How to Effectively Use a Planner in College

Ever been thrown for a loop because an assignment or project caught you off guard? If so, an academic planner (aka an agenda) would definitely help you out! I do realize that school has been in for a while now, but I wrote an article on school organization for my school’s newspaper. And many of my peers found it helpful, especially the ones who were not organized yet. So I really hope this post helps my blog audience out too! At the bottom you will find the link to my free mini eBook  ...

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College Life, Personal

Junior Year Goals Update

  Well, my first semester at Spring Hill college is officially over! After holding my breath, final grades have finally been posted. I thought I should revisit my list of goals I set for this school term, and see what I have accomplished so far. I wasn’t planning on writing a post like this, but Hailey’s goals update on ASouthernSunshine.com inspired me! My junior year goals are: 1.) Get a car. I bought my first car in August! After two years of taking public transportation  ...

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College Life, Lifestyle

The Ultimate Guide to Managing College and Work

Life can be a little hectic for students that also have jobs. Not only do I attend college full time, but I also work about 30 hours per week in a very busy office. At the time of writing this last year (Oct. 2015), I was working two jobs. My office job gave me a raise that allowed me to leave my night job. Every day I go to work for a few hours, then drive across town for class, and then return back to work. Life for me is a little overwhelming, but I manage to stay somewhat sane. This  ...

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