Category Education

How to Find the Time and Motivation to E

How to Find the Time and Motivation to Exercise in College – The fitness coach and YouTuber Elliott Hulse has a simple philosophy on life: “The most important part of the game is your game piece.” We’re all players in the game of life, and the only game piece we have is our body. If […]

How to Build a Personal Brand That Cuts

How to Build a Personal Brand That Cuts Through the Clutter – Here’s an uncomfortable truth: your degree isn’t enough. Even cool internships, extracurriculars, and skills aren’t surefire ways to help you land the career you want. Getting your foot into the door is harder than ever these days, mainly because the internet has leveled […]

How to Create an Impressive Online Portf

How to Create an Impressive Online Portfolio (with Examples) – Online portfolios are like show-and-tell for professionals. You’ve spent weeks, months, maybe even years developing skills, studying, and working—now you get to put your results on display. You might be tempted to paste a few links on a one-page website and call it a day. […]

How the Bullet Journal Can Make You a Mo

How the Bullet Journal Can Make You a More Productive Student – I don’t like trying out new productivity systems. So when a couple friends of mine mentioned they were starting bullet journaling (Bujo) I thought, “Great. Another productivity fad.” I’d seen the cutesy, impractical lettering on Instagram: Who’s got time to do that every day? […]

What Is Dual Enrollment? (My Experience

What Is Dual Enrollment? (My Experience and Tips for Success) – It seems like dual enrollment is becoming a more and more popular choice for high school students, and it’s a good one. Maybe you’ve heard of it or had it suggested to you by your academic counselor, and you’re curious what it’s all about […]

How to Stop Procrastinating: The Only Gu

How to Stop Procrastinating: The Only Guide You’ll Ever Need – Your big project is due this week. The deadline has been looming on your calendar for days, weeks, maybe even months. But with each passing minute it becomes harder to focus. So you fight the resistance: you check Snapchat for the 11th time, you […]

How to Network Like the Pros: 8 Creative

How to Network Like the Pros: 8 Creative Strategies No One Else Is Using – As a student looking for a job, you’ve probably heard of the phrase, “It’s not what you know, it’s who you know.” As hard as it is to admit, there’s a lot of truth in that statement. Let’s face it: […]

How to Write a Killer Research Paper (Ev

How to Write a Killer Research Paper (Even If You Hate Writing) – Research papers. Unless you’re a weirdo like me, you probably dread them. When I was in college, depending on the class, I even dreaded these. It’s the sort of project that can leave even the most organized student quaking in their boots, […]

How Different Are College and High Schoo

How Different Are College and High School? (Hint: Very) – Can college really be that different from high school? I mean, there are classes, textbooks, extracurricular activities, and other students. It sounds a lot like high school to me. These were the thoughts that ran through my head in the weeks leading up to my […]

How to Get Better at Math (While Spendin

How to Get Better at Math (While Spending Less Time Studying) – Did you know that if you pick any three numbers in a single row, column or diagonal on a dial pad, all the numbers are divisible by 3? This is one of my favorite party tricks to make people think I’m a math […]