I’m on an “improve things about my life” binge, and one of those things I want to better is my blog. So, I have been searching the WordPress world for posts about blogs, because who better to tell you how to improve your blog than actual bloggers? Maybe what I’ve found can help you too.
What would you write to your 17-year-old self? What advice would you give? Any warnings or assurances? What would you reveal to your teenage self? Here's what I would write.
Sometimes, the only answer is to finding more time in your day is to become more efficient with your existing time. Therefore, I have done some research on how to use one's time efficiently, and the majority of my findings have pointed to the following list of tips.
My grandmother passed away recently (hence no blog post last week). She taught me a great deal, and I would like to share some of her lessons.
This week, I have had the honor of writing guest posts for not one, but TWO blogs. Pretty cool, huh? Which two are they though . . . ?
I’m working on a kissing scene for my young adult novel, and I did a little research on the matter. Apparently, there's quite a bit more to a young adult kissing scene than I had originally thought. Here’s a list of some interesting findings.
If you’re aiming for a 4.0 GPA or for improving your current grades, group projects may scare you. After all, you can only do your part, rely on the other members to do theirs, and then hope for a good grade, right? Wrong! Here’s a list of tips to help you get the best grade that you can out of a group project.
In honor of the upcoming new year, I wanted to share some lessons and advice that I learned during 2014. Some of these nuggets of wisdom I learned first-hand (a.k.a. “the hard way”), and some I learned from others. Enjoy! 1. Hornets won’t sting you if you show no fear and “look them in the eye.”
As a student, you’re forced into survival mode, and survival mode means that you can’t read everything. You simply can’t. You won’t make it. But here’s the good news: you don’t need to read everything to achieve a 4.0 GPA. Here are some tips on how not to read everything that’s assigned, but fake like you did read the material and get good grades.