There is not always a great time in life to get the small organizational tasks done. There are not a lot of moments to stop and clear the clutter. But, with or without Wi-Fi, traveling can be a great time to get organized and be productive, so next time you are inclined to just watch a movie or sleep on your flight, do some of these easy tasks instead.
But the one thing that I love most about travel days is the amount of uninterrupted time that I have to get things done or relax. If you know me, relaxing is not my style, so I choose to make the most of my time in the air. Over the years, I have learned the most efficient ways to pack, travel, and get things accomplished, so I figured I could pass along the knowledge to make the most of your travel days as well.
Among all of the changes that have occurred due to the pandemic, one of the most difficult for high school and college aged students is online classes. Even though college is a lot of teaching yourself, this is a whole new level of self-taught learning. This post should give you some good tips to get through those tough video lectures or readings...
One of my favorite things about having my own apartment & feeling like an "adult" is being able to decorate. It doesn't have to be a one time thing, and throughout the years, you will continue to grow your decor. Though, as a college student or young adult, spending money on decor isn't always your top priority. In this post, I will give you some simple and affordable Fall decor options to "spice it up".
Have you ever had those weeks where all you eat is mac & cheese, quesadillas,& ramen? Yeah me too. Cooking in college can be super fun, but the hard part is grocery shopping, planning, and deciding what to cook. I am always looking for ways to make my life easier while also saving money, so here is my tip for the week: EveryPlate.
Going to college is something that is new & exciting, but there are daunting aspects as well. One of the worst is something that many people don't think about: doing your own laundry. Leaving home means leaving your parents, who may have been doing your laundry for you all of these years. Do you know [...]