That time is finally approaching. Your child is moving out of the house for the first time to attend college. Here are a few suggestions to ensure an extremely successful move in day. Early preparation will be key to a smooth transition. There are many things to figure out before you get to school that
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IMAGE RIGHTS With college around the corner… There are many opinions on what to buy, what the best practices are to follow while away, who you should connect with when you get there and the list goes on and on. In the spirit of helping you set the right tone for your college experience, below are
IMAGE CREDIT A Featured Blog Post By Mindy Ongie A Student @ Iowa State University All college students have their ups and downs. It’s hard to transform from living at home to being independent. I was used to having my mom wake me up in the morning, clean my laundry, make supper and clean the house.
IMAGE CREDIT A Featured Blog Post By Tyara Salcedo A Student @ University of Rhode Island Everyone either loves or hates snow days, there’s usually no in between. Snow days mean delayed or cancelled classes, snowball fights, and all the winter fun that comes with the snow! But, they also mean crappy commuting, severe weather
IMAGE CREDIT Featured Guest Post By Katelin Cosner @ College of William and Mary You’ve been studying that same textbook for hours now. You have probably read that same page at least three times and you still don’t know what it says. Just accept it – you are bored. I get it…Sometimes your brain just needs a
IMAGE CREDIT Featured Guest Post By Bredt Pagenstecher @ Emory University 1) Class comes first! This is by far the most important rule, which is why we have all heard this rule a thousand times – maybe even more. Trust me, until you’re getting straight A’s you have not heard it enough. We pay thousands of dollars
IMAGE CREDIT First impressions are everything, time to make it count! We all know the saying “go big or go home,” but do we truly follow that logic? Sometimes going big doesn’t equate to good choices. In fact, it usually means you plan on making bad ones. As much as we encourage having fun, below