Here are some (hopefully) helpful things you may not be thinking about as you prepare to go abroad!
A few tips on the Best way to prepare for study abroad programs
Here are some things to keep in mind when deciding where to go!
Having finished my third set of college finals, I think I have developed a list of do’s and don’ts for surviving finals (and possibly even thriving!). As a communications major, I tend to have more papers and projects than exams, so as with all college subject posts, remember that these work for me and my [...]
If you’re new to college, or about to start college, you may have heard about syllabus week. Every school has a different take on it, but generally the professors assign easier, intro assignments for homework and you really don't learn much in class. Why is that? It has to do with something called a Drop/Add [...]
Regular polish, SNS, Gel, Shellac, Arcylic; there are so many options for manicures these days, it's kind of difficult to choose the right one.
Growing up outside D.C., I've learned a few thing about how to get the best out of your time there.
Oily, dry, combination, sensitive, acne-prone. Everyone has a different skin type and skin sensitivity. This makes it really hard for anyone to recommend the "perfect" facial wash. However, for years I have been searching for a facial wash that is not harsh on the skin and doesn't leave any residue behind. I also have acne-prone [...]
As one could guess from my previous post on facial washes, I love Simple! Here are the 10 reasons why you should try any one of their products: First of all I love the products and how they work. They always clean my skin perfectly without drying it out or leaving any residue. I feel [...]
Almost everyone has heard of the dreaded Freshman Fifteen. They contribute it to many things such as dining hall options, the excess of ramen and easy-Mac, and a variety of other things. Now, I am terrible at dieting and going to the gym every day. I was prepared to gain those fifteen pounds, but somehow I [...]