Having the ability to balance a family crisis with your studies is an important skill to have.
Community college is more than just a "junior college."
Ahh, yes. It's that time of year. If you're in the US, you know this week in the semester. It's "dead week." It's the week where we are basically winding down and getting ready for our finals. For the school I go to, this is actually my finals week, but at any rate, it's going… Continue reading You Shouldn’t Use Your Winter Break On Doing More Than Necessary, Academically
First of all, I want to say that I'm not trying to downplay the idea of needing medicine to help manage your anxiety. No, I'm simply comparing it. Here's what I mean: When I was first introduced to bulleting journaling a year ago, I didn't know what to expect out of it. I mean, the… Continue reading Bullet Journaling Became My Anxiety Medicine
You've lasted through 5 months of exams, assignments, sleepless nights, caffeine overloads, probably some drinking, a LOT of crying, and stressing eating. Your healthy habits have gone to the wayside. Your hair is probably a week unwashed. BUT, you have taken your exams, and you have passed them (or failed them). What now? What do… Continue reading The Semester is Over…Now What?
Everyone asks, "Sarah: how do you manage to get everything you want to do done during the day?" The answer I want to give is, "I don't suck, that's why." But, alas, that is a lie. I do suck. Especially in April and November. I'm human, so I do things like procrastinate, whine about my… Continue reading How Do I Manage to Do The Things I Want to Do?
If you're like me, you're always looking for a new way of studying that will allow you to get more done in a little amount of time. Guess what? It doesn't always work out that way.