5 Pieces of Motivation to Help You Start Studying for Finals

5 Pieces of Motivation to Help You Start Studying for Finals

Motivation really starts lacking at the end of the term. After all, summer vacation is within reach, and you've put forward hard work all semester long. The worst part? Final exams are lurking around the corner, and it's really hard hunkering down for a study session until you're met with that stressful last-minute pressure. If you need some motivation to Read More…
De-Stress Techniques You Can Practice on Your Study Break

De-Stress Techniques You Can Practice on Your Study Break

Brought to You by our Partners at Target Stressed about your upcoming exams? While you're spending hours hitting the books and preparing, don't forget that regular study breaks are much-needed. In fact, you may even notice yourself hindered with frustration if you don't take time to decompress. So, before that awful burnout hits, take a look at these de-stress techniques you can Read More…
10 Thoughts Everyone Has Before Graduating from College

10 Thoughts Everyone Has Before Graduating from College

It's totally normal having a million thoughts run through your mind whenever you meet a new major life milestone, and graduating from college is no exception. If you're feeling excited, scared, and relieved (all at once)...you're certainly not alone. Take a look at these 10 thoughts everyone has before graduating. 1. "Wow, I actually made it." There were times when Read More…
Financial Terms Every College Student Should Know

Financial Terms Every College Student Should Know

Brought to You By our Partners at College Ave Student Loans With so many different terms and abbreviations, financial jargon can sound like an entirely different language at times. That's why our partners at College Ave Student Loans pulled together a list of the basic financial terms every college student should have in their vocabulary. Cost of Attendance (COA) Cost Read More…
5 Reasons to Celebrate Mom This Year

5 Reasons to Celebrate Mom This Year

Mother's Day is right around the corner and we are SO ready to celebrate mom. If you have a mom or a mother figure you plan on celebrating, take a look at these little reminders of why she deserves to be praised this year. 1. She's always been a role model. Moms are basically multitasking queens. You might have trouble Read More…
10 Ridiculously Cute Animals to Lift Your Mood this Finals Week

10 Ridiculously Cute Animals to Lift Your Mood this Finals Week

When final exams start approaching, we always make sure we're dishing out tips for studying smarter, beating procrastination, and staying motivated. After all, those topics are very much important. But sometimes, a little breath of fresh air in between all the stressful finals-week prep is just as necessary. Don't worry, we've got that covered too. Check out the adorably cute Read More…
Bad Habits That Are Costing You Money

Bad Habits That Are Costing You Money

Cutting bad habits out of your life is easier said than done, but it certainly helps when you have some motivation. This time, we're using your wallet as your motivator. Check out the bad habits below that are costing you money. Drinking soda. If you needed another reason to cut this sugar-filled drink out of your diet, how about considering Read More…
8 Completely Underrated Ways to Relax

8 Completely Underrated Ways to Relax

We take relaxation pretty seriously, but do you blame us? It's so crucial when you're in college tackling things like exams, projects and internships on the regular. If you're bored of just kicking back with a book or your favorite TV show, check out these relaxing activities that are seriously underrated. 1. Go on a solo date with yourself. Going Read More…
7 Steps for an Instant Room Refresh

7 Steps for an Instant Room Refresh

The turn of the season leaves us all craving some changes. It is spring cleaning time, after all. And while a whole bedroom renovation may not be in the cards for you right now, you can still give your room an instant refresh. Here's what we recommend.  1. Make your bed. It sounds like such a chore, but hey—it can't take Read More…
Spotlight On: r.h. Sin

Spotlight On: r.h. Sin

Each April, we come together with the rest of the world to celebrate National Poetry Month. This year, we couldn't help but notice one poet in particular— r.h. Sin. The New Jersey born author hosts an Instagram page adorned with powerful short poems and serene lifestyle photography, each amassing tens of thousands of likes from his dedicated followers. Outside of his Read More…
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