Yay! I get to talk about exercising in my favorite place: anywhere that isn’t the gym. I feel like I’ve mentioned this before, but I used to really hate going to the gym. They’re loud, the people are big and kinda scary, it was a generally frightening place for me to be. That’s changed in recent months but, before then, I really hated. So in order for me to lose 15 pounds in my first semester, I was doing a lot of in dorm exercises. These are easily the greatest 6 exercises that I have used and continue to use in my own workouts (plus links to videos to see how they’re done). Continue Reading
Hey there to all my high school readers! This post is dedicated to all of you who have AP exams coming up. But even if you aren’t taking any AP exams or if you’re not in high school, this post still has some useful tips for you too. This post is going to cover all of my greatest tips and strategies for studying for any AP exam. Continue Reading
Hey y’all! March was a significantly better month than February even though I had a million and one more things that I needed to get done. There were a lot of things that I wanted to do that didn’t get done but I’m honestly not too upset about it. And some pretty awesome things happened in March that I’m hoping to carry into April. So let’s hop right on into it. Continue Reading
This post is a week late and I’m so sorry. But I didn’t like the way I had written it so I scrapped it. Regardless, this is the third and final installment of The Carry-On Guide. Check out The Prep (part 1) and The Luggage (part 2) to get some more useful tips to packing carry-on only. In this post, I’m going to give you the best tips on how to fit all your stuff in your carry-on. Continue Reading
I love packing. Honestly, it’s one of my favorite things to do (it’s probably why I actually enjoy moving). Moving on… One of the important parts of packing is knowing what your packing your stuff into. So when you’re traveling carry-on only, the most important thing to do is pick the type of luggage you’ll be using. This post will show you the pros and cons of the wide variety in the carry-on game and the best trips for each type and is part 2 of the Carry-On Guide. Make sure you also read part 1, The Prep to see what you need before you start packing.
We’re creeping ever closer to that time for traveling. And that means that it’s time to find ways to shave off unnecessary baggage fees. If you’re anything like me and my family, you travel on the cheapest airlines possible which means that there are a crap ton of baggage related fees. Or, you just don’t like dealing with baggage claim and the subsequent carrying of suitcases. Regardless of where you fall, packing carry-on is the best solution to a ton of your problems. So this post is part 1 of my guide to packing carry-on only where I’m going to give you my pre-packing tips. Continue Reading
Hey y’all! if you’ve been keeping up with the blog you’ll know that this will only be the second blog post this month. It’s not for lack of trying to get more blog posts up, but I had a number of personal, family issues. Add that to my lack of planning and two sets of Hell Week, there was no way I was going to be writing very many blog posts. It’s been a rough past few weeks, both physically and mentally and I’m glad Spring Break is around the corner. But, I have pretty high hopes for March. Continue Reading
Free money is every collegiate’s dream. Alas, not every dream can be a reality and money doesn’t just fall from the sky. But with a little bit of effort, you can get some money (aka scholarships) flowing your way to help with those outrageous school fees. Continue Reading