Category: Advice

College 101: What Do I Want to Do With My Life?!

Ah, September. The season of career fairs, sharpening of resumes, job applications, and caffeine ;). September is the invitation to crisp air and crisp energy with back to school tasks and professional development. This can be a very exciting, and stressful, time for many. I certainly won’t call myself a professional development/career expert, as I am just one of many early twenty-somethings navigating the … Read More College 101: What Do I Want to Do With My Life?!

College 101: Finding Your People

When I graduated high school and spent the summer preparing for my freshman year at Miami University, my friends and family all encouraged me that college would bring so many wonderful experiences, opportunities, and memories.  Looking back at my time at Miami, those key people in my life were right; I have grown and learned so much, both in and out of the classroom … Read More College 101: Finding Your People

College 101: How I Stay Organized

If you know me, you know that I am a firm believer in organization. Heck, I find organizing things relaxing (weird, I know). But I also think finding a system that works for you + your lifestyle is such a key to success. Here are my methods to keep my ducks in a row: Written Planner: I save these things like they are old … Read More College 101: How I Stay Organized

College 101: Study Tips

It’s officially back to school szn, and for many ~18-22 year olds, that means heading back to college. I’m about to begin my last year of undergraduate education, and after many failures and successes throughout my years of schooling, I wanted to share my tips to create the best college experience for yourself as possible. Here are 5 things to implement when it comes … Read More College 101: Study Tips

The Beauty in Failure

Recently I have noticed a lots of my friends and peers on campus stressed over the “what ifs” in their lives.  Granted, it’s midterm exam season, and with spring break a week away, there’s a mutual attitude of just trying to make it to March 22. I study at a school that proudly wears the title of an “Original Public Ivy”.  My campus is … Read More The Beauty in Failure

Healthy College Eating

One of the biggest adjustments I face each semester after returning to campus from an academic break is re-adapting to dining hall food.  Being raised in a household with healthy home-cooked meals, as well as being an athlete the majority of my life taught me to be conscious of what foods I am consuming to fuel my body in the best way possible.  The … Read More Healthy College Eating