Being away at school has a tendency to make us not so conscious about our meal choices, choose studying over the gym, and maybe not count the calories we drank over the weekend. This is all in all, a recipe for disaster, and the reason the “Freshman 15” stigma exists. Read More
Spring is right around the corner, and as all of us college students rejoice in the fact that, soon enough, we will not have to trudge across snow to get to class. With the changing seasons comes a change in wardrobe choices as well. Although all college students are on a budget, it is not an excuse to be anything but on the cutting-edge on the hot trends for this season! Many student deals are always available, and this is the perfect time to take advantage of them! Read More
Are you obsessed with social media? Can you not remember the last period of time you went without Tweeting or checking your Facebook? Now, instead of having to constantly open these sites on your computer, you can have notifications come directly to your iPhone! The following five applications are the most beneficial social networking programs, in my opinion.
Late night study sessions, all you can eat dining hall passes, takeout and beer do not amount to a healthy lifestyle. Unfortunately in college while some aspects of our daily lives are unavoidable there are steps we can take in order to stay healthy throughout our college years!
Whether you live on or off campus, here are a few tips to help you keep yourself on track:
Despite the dreary weather this season’s fashion has been anything but. Lots of colors, patterns and sparkles have added a nice touch to all the gray winter brings. Here are some of my favorite items that have gained popularity among college ladies this season!
As a busy college student, I often find it difficult to fall asleep in a timely manner. The time it takes me to fall asleep ranges from 5 minutes (basically before my head hits the pillow) to almost an hour. I think that many different factors play into this: here are the 7 most important ones that I believe you need to consistently stand by. Read More
There is nothing more frustrating than seeing the number on your bank statement dwindle. As a college student, I can relate. I started this year like the last two years with a small fortune from my summer job, and end the school year with maybe twenty or so dollars to my name. It is a fact of life that as a college student you will be as broke as a joke, but there are definitely a few small things you can do to manage your money!
Let’s face it: smartphones are becoming a crucial part of our day-to-day lives, as technology is making our lives “easier.” Many people say that smartphones are just making distractions for everyday activities, but in fact, there are some iPhone apps which can actually help! Instead of longing for a personal assistant, you can just use your smartphone to help you stay organized in your busy life as a college student.