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Preparing for Next School Year + New “To-Do” App

Once the summer vacation starts, it’s so tough to think about school. I know I definitely don’t miss the times in high school when we got assignments for fall and they were hovering in my head like an enormous debt. What’s worse, putting that brain to work after a long vacation is no easy task. There are a few simple things I’ve been doing for the last couple of summers that really helped me stay toned for work and ready for school in the fall. The key is to do them throughout the summer vacation, not a week before school begins. 1. Wake Up Earlier This will make waking up for school easier once it starts and will give you more time throughout the day to explore and be productive! I don’t know how early “early” is for you guys, but for me 10 a.m. is still pretty early in the day. If you think about it though, the average adult needs about 8 hours of sleep. So if you get yourself used to waking up slightly earlier …

Her Campus Guide to College Life

If you are a high school student looking forward to college, applying to college or a student in college already, this post is for you. A few months ago I got a chance to join the Her Campus Blogger Network, which is a networking site for high school and college bloggers. They have grown quite a bit now and on May 19th published their first Her Campus Guide to College Life! I decided not to wait too long and purchased my copy on Kindle and can now read it on the go as I’ve been going for more compact ways of carrying my books and notes throughout the day. The book covers everything from academics to relationships to safety to instructor communication and is an invaluable introduction to everyday college life. I only wish I read it two years ago as a freshman, it would have made things so much easier! My two favorite sections were Landing Jobs and Internships and Study Abroad, as the two have been my main focus in life these past …

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Where to Buy Textbooks

It’s no secret that college textbook costs makeup a significant amount of money every quarter – the maximum I’ve paid was about $500 per quarter for all new textbooks. Well, that was dumb, but that was also the first quarter of my freshman year in college, so no judging please. Since then I’ve rented, borrowed, bought and sold over 30 books, so here are some good websites I’ve used to do that. Format Variety 2. New Textbooks: buying books new deliciously shiny textbook is always nice, but also expensive. Unfortunately, there’s no way around it if you’re buying a custom-made book, but I’ve always been able to find used copies for more generic textbooks. 3. Used Textbooks: the textbook can be lightly (or heavily!) used by someone before you, but that means that it costs much cheaper now. I’ve owned used textbooks and saved tons of money, but found that there’s no guarantee as to what you’ll get, how much writing will be in it, and which pages will be all highlighted. Risky, but if you’re …

Shopping at Paper Source

At Paper Source. On a bit of a personal note, I want to share what I’ve purchased on this year’s Black Friday shopping spree. I’m not much of a shopper, but when it comes to little paper and sticky notes goodies, nothing can stop me. Yesterday my little sister and I went to Paper Source  to get started on our Christmas/New Years gift shopping. The trip was successful in terms of buying presents, but not so hot in terms of my budget. Nevertheless, I’m happy with my purchases. Here’s a few of them:  Paddywax Salted Grapefruit Candle, $10.00 ($11.95 at PaperSource). I’ve never really been into candles, but fell in love with this one! It has a subtle, almost neutral smell and a cute design! These also come in Blood Orange & Citrus, Ocean Tide & SeaSalt and Pomegranate Spruce. 2015 Cavallini Vintage Italia Desk Calendar, $12.95. My sister loved the vintage look (she’s also really into Italy. I myself prefer Paris, London and San Francisco. You can also find these calendars on Amazon: Cavallini Desk Calendars …