It’s not Accounting 101. It’s not Finance 101. It’s Money 101, a class you probably won’t find on your school’s course list, but one that’s as important to your financial future as your degree. Continue reading “Money 101: Budgeting Tips for Girls”
As an upcoming junior, I’ve had some time to reflect back on what my first year of college taught me. You definitely learn a lot of things during your freshman year, but here are the 9 most important things that I learned!
With the approach of yet another school year rolling around again, I cannot help but notice more and more incoming college students becoming stressed about making it in college!
I could lie and say that they have nothing to worry about, but the truth is sometimes it is way easier on freshman to adjust if they start the year out by making healthy, level-headed choices. The first step to making said choices is to come into the game knowing what is happening at all times and never being in the dark.
The summer before one’s first year of college is a stressful time; filled with loading up on new things for your dorm, orientation activities, signing up for classes, and—most notably stressful—buying books. Well, allow me to let you in on a little secret: staying organized is the major key to success in your first year at university.
We all probably have at least one dream that seems pretty crazy, like there’s no way we could achieve it, or that we’re crazy to assume that we can do it. I want to tell you to not give up on that crazy, out-of-this-world dream of yours. Because, who knows what might happen as you try to achieve that dream?! As I will be starting my last year of college come August, I have been thinking a lot about what I will want to do after I graduate. Where do I want to live, what do I want to do for a living, how do I want a typical day in my life to go? It’s stressful, guys.