Category: Time Management
One of the most effective habits for students is time management. So, here are three ways to increase personal productivity for students.
Everyone has more free time on their hands right now. While self-isolation is tough, everyone must stay inside to stop the spread of the coronavirus. Staying indoors doesn’t have to
Habits can be incredibly useful tools but also very very difficult to nail down and maintain. Not only are habits difficult to build, they can also be even more difficult
Everyone is talking about time management skills. Further, there are tools such as getting enough sleep, organizing, and planning that help you polish your time management skills. Professionals and executives
As humans, we are usually limited to two-digit life spans but need to accomplish a lot. You may feel like you have to do too much and shoulder too many
Bullet Journaling isn’t always as easy as some people make it seem. To create the journal you have envisioned, it can take up a lot of your time. Additionally, it
As a college student balancing work and studying can be incredibly challenging. So, here are some easy tips to make balancing your life easier!
We’ve all got goals, some big and some small. While goals may be as seemingly insignificant as finishing a cup of coffee the first time without having to microwave it,
The fact you’re reading this post suggests you’re struggling to get your head around college organization. Fear not. A shocking number of students feel as though they could drown under
Note-taking is by far the most difficult part of reading for college students. Note-taking is tedious, boring, doubles the time it takes for you to read a chapter, and you
With every new year comes new goals and hopes to achieve these goals. Unfortunately, many of us create goals that never get completed. Why is this? One reason you might
I have been there…heck, I am still there! College is hard! The constant, never-ending piles of homework and assigned readings. It’s nearly impossible not to get behind! Plus, you’re always
Piles upon piles of papers, sticky notes, and who knows what else can make your desk space stressful and cluttered (aka impossible to use). Your new year’s resolution was to “get