Back to School: What To Bring To College (And What Not To Bring)

DO: decent comforter, sheets, pillowsVacuum and/or broom and mop (depending on if your floors are carpet, hardwood, or tile)Notebooks, pens, folders, office supplies galoreWhiteboard (especially if you are in any science/math classes, this is so helpful for studying. If not, hang it up on your door/in your common space, and use it as a communication … Continue reading Back to School: What To Bring To College (And What Not To Bring)

Back to School: iPads & Digital Note-Taking

On social media, I see a ton of people who use iPads for digital note-taking, and it's something I do myself. First, I'm going to discuss my personal pros and cons for digital note-taking, then, I'm going to go ahead and give a back-to-school buyer's guide if you're absolutely set on it. My Experience Pros … Continue reading Back to School: iPads & Digital Note-Taking

Notion: My New Favorite Productivity System

I've always been a fan of productivity apps/systems, and I've tried a lot of them. I've tried Todoist (which I still highly recommend for anyone who wants a good to-do list app, and that's it), Evernote, microsoft To Do, Wunderlist, bullet journaling (which I love, but isn't the most practical every month), etc. I have … Continue reading Notion: My New Favorite Productivity System

An Open Letter to High School Freshman

Back to school season is fast approaching, and some year-round students may already have started classes. Today, I am going to be talking about some real advice for those just going into high school/9th grade. I only have experience in the American school system, so I am unable to speak on specifics of those going into … Continue reading An Open Letter to High School Freshman