Printables are the perfect way to stay organised without breaking the bank. I love making and using them myself, and so I hope you find them useful for studying, your day-to-day life or even both....
Determined to Succeed
success-without-a-mess: Official study schedule... success-without-a-mess: “Official study schedule for finals, bring it on😅👏 Hopefully this will keep me on track! ”
College Note Taking Tips - Living the Gray Life
Taking notes is an essential part of any college student’s life. For me, I’m either in class trying to scribble down as much as I can, or I’m back at my dorm rewriting the notes I took during class. I like to have my notes clean, organized, and colorful! I’m much […]
Sociology In Our Times: The Essentials (10th Edition) PDF
Sociology in Our Times: The Essentials (10th Edition) PDF, By Diana Kendall, ISBN: 1305094158, This edition focuses on social change and ways in which media, pa
Five Things To Do After Syllabus Week
If you’ve been around for the past month or two, you’ve probably noticed my “college week” series, which includes Five Things To Do The Week Before Classes Start and Five Th…
25 College Productivity Tips » Bloom + Amplify
Today I will be sharing with you 25 Tips and Tricks on how to be Productive in College! Being a senior in college means you’ve experienced…
36 Life Hacks Every College Student Should know
LoveThisPic offers 36 Life Hacks Every College Student Should Know pictures, photos & images, to be used on Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, Twitter and other websites.
Plan With Me: College Planning 101! - Gabby In The City
College can be stressful if you don't stay organized! You should definitely get yourself an agenda and see how I keep mine organized & together.
How to Stay Motivated in College: 6 Tips
Here at 6 tips for how to stay motivated in college. Apply these to your daily life and you'll find yourself feeling more encouraged and inspired!
My Secrets for Getting A’s in College (And How You Can Too)
That’s why I’m here to share my secrets to getting straight A’s in college so that you can have a strong GPA by the time you graduate.