I use my bullet journal every day, and I mean that literally. I use mine to help me balance my life, my school work, and any appointments that I have. I've been bullet journaling for 2 years and the first year was rough, I won't lie. I wanted to try everything that looked cool on Pinterest and I ended up overwhelming myself and not being able to keep up with the spreads that I started. After working out all the bugs, I have started my bullet journal for my sophomore year with spreads that helped me my freshman year. I had to read a bunch of blogs for inspiration and to try and get the ideas in my head out onto paper. Hopefully, this post can help those of you who don't know where to start! I have had quite a few friends ask me questions about my bullet journals, so I'm going to try and answer a bunch of common ones I've gotten recently!
We've all spent endless hours trying to figure out how to study the material we were given. Part of being a student is being responsible for learning the material in a way that resonates with you so that you can succeed in the course. Jumping into classes without any idea of how you study best can be intimidating and it often takes time to figure out the best techniques. During my time as a student, I have found that these four study habits work really well for me, and I hope at least one of them helps you get the grade you want in your classes for midterms this year!
College is no doubt the most money-consuming time of your life. Throughout the whole process, there is so much "free money" that students overlook, as well as opportunities to not pay anything at all. Many websites, apps, and even your school have opportunities to save money that you may not even know exist.