It’s back to school season, and this means possibly spending more money on food. If you’re a student, you might know the endless struggle of trying to save money and not eating out during the school year. Recently, I had a conversation with a friend of mine in which he admitted to spending close to $5,000 on food in one month alone.
Really let that sink in. Donald Trump with 5 kids, 3 baby moms, pending sexual assault cases from both women and children, an unprecedented amount of bankruptcies and a comb over that would inspire a Rogaine commercial, is Your President.We could get into the how or the why but we know how and we know why. The focus now has to be, how do we proceed going forward? Do we elevate the standard Trump has to meet or do we allow him to run this country like a chicken with his head cut off?
Waking up every day to go to that place felt like a chore. I was always ready to leave. Graduating was probably one of the best experiences of my life. I recall a dreamy-eyed me sitting in the audience, more than ready for the next breakthrough in my life.
This summer, I’m headed for Europe! I haven’t been to France since the summer of 2013 and I had an amazing time visiting family and friends. I’m going back to France once more; this time I’ll be taking a tour of other destinations in Europe.
Starting a new semester always brings feelings of excitement - and anxiety. New classes. New schedules. New professors. New opportunities. There so much that one semester brings. But remember, things don’t have to be stressful.
Hi there. Imagine, you’re getting ready for bed. It’s 9 PM, and your phone is vibrating uncontrollably. You’re stuck in a group message about a party that occurred last night that you did not attend. Why? You were too busy stressing out about the exam you have on Wednesday.
We were all just trying to reach some type of personal common ground, the type of common ground that says, “Hey, I am anxious and excited about being at this school. I don’t know how I got in. I am away from home, and I don’t really know what I want to major in or do with my life either, so we’re on the same page!”
First day of college is one of the most stressful days of your life. Moving in is one thing, but making friends and controlling your emotions is another. Your first friend will be your roommate, unless you came to school with BFFs. While this can be great, it usually doesn’t work out by the end of the first semester. Either you outgrow your her because you’ve found new friends or you realize your roommate is a complete mess.