4 Unexpected Ways to Save Money

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4 Unexpected Ways to Save Money

For busy students, saving money is always on the to-do list. You know about the old “skip the daily latte” trick, but that’s not particularly realistic. Instead of making changes that feel like sacrifices, and to change your behavior around money, try it in unexpected ways. Find New Ways to Socialize You want to meet up with friends. So you … Read More

Beginner’s Guide to Houseplants

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Houseplants have become one of the biggest trends of the year – and especially for students. You might not have the room or time for a pet, but you can certainly enjoy taking care of your very own houseplant. Plants are not only beautiful, but can also improve your indoor air-quality, be eaten, or used as a home remedy. If … Read More

Best Travel Destinations for Foodies

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One of the best things about traveling is getting to experience the cuisines of another city. Whether it’s a Michelin-rated restaurant or something from a food stall at an outdoor market, there are delicious things to be had all over the world! If you love to eat and discover new foods, consider these destinations that are perfect for foodies. Paris, … Read More

10 Kitchen Gadgets You Need For Your First Apartment

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10 Kitchen Gadgets You Need For Your First Apartment

You may have gone into your first college apartments with a hodgepodge of kitchen gadgets gathered from your parents or what was left behind by the previous tenants. But if you’re hoping to do even basic cooking or baking, you’ll want to outfit your kitchen with some essentials. Go through this curated list to ensure you have everything you need … Read More

How to Get Your Dream Job By Next Month

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Are you gearing up to apply to a new job after graduation, or a summer internship or apprenticeship? Applying to new positions can be daunting, and you might not even know where to begin. If you want to have your dream job by next month, try this advice. Figure Out What Your Really Want If you’re new to the applicant … Read More

Benefits of Meditation For Students

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Have you given meditation a try? What used to be thought of as a far-out form of eastern medicine has now become a proven method of dealing with stress and improving focus. Thanks to new apps, online videos, and even studios, it’s easier than ever to incorporate meditation into your daily routine. It can be particularly beneficial to students, so … Read More

7 Ways to Upgrade A Small Apartment for Cheap

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7 Ways to Upgrade A Small Apartment for Cheap

Let’s face it – your student apartment or housing situation is likely not too glamorous. Whether you’ve got a roommate, a tight budget, or just no time to decorate, it can be hard to make your space feel like your own. Try these 7 tricks to transform your apartment from ho-hum to homey. Try some paint If your landlord will … Read More

How to Live a Balanced Life as a Full Time Student

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As a busy student, it can be easy to feel overwhelmed by the demands, as you juggle studying, clubs and activities, jobs, internships, and a social life. Figuring out how to keep yourself healthy both mentally and physically during this time might seem impossible. If you’re struggling to live a balanced life, try these three tips. Manage Your Time This … Read More

How to Become a Packing Pro

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How to Become a Packing Pro

Make a packing List Starting with a plan will make the process much easier – plus you can double check it to avoid the “forgotten underwear” crisis. Don’t forget to check the weather in your destination as you prepare, so you throw in a rain jacket or shorts as needed. Pack Shoes First First, limit the amount of shoes you … Read More

8 Tips for Surviving Graduate School

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8 Tips for Surviving Graduate School

If you’ve made it to graduate school, you’re likely a pretty confident student. You’ve likely got solid study skills, are excited about the subject level, and feel ready to tackle this new journey. But it’s important to remember that graduate school brings a whole new challenge. If you treat it like your undergraduate program, you might get quickly overwhelmed. Remember … Read More