Effective time management plan to improve your studies

Time management plan

College and University are a time for life experience and fun, as well as a time for development and growth. This is the time students are supposed to figure out what in life is important to them and what they can let go of. But most often, students worry about the homework and passing classes as well as balancing their social and work lives at the same exact time. Some people think that university is a trying time, where it weeds out those who aren’t prepared or ready for real life just yet. There are several things that lead to such overwhelming feelings and enormous amounts of stress, but there is just one defining skill that can separate one from the rest of the pack. This skill, time management, is a life-long skill that can continue to be used throughout life, and is especially important to a student.  Continue reading

How to Balance Your Programming Course and Life

How to balance Your Programming Course and Life

All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. A common saying amongst the working class and especially students, still holds true today. The amount of time and practice needed to perfect or master something is a lot, some say is 10,000 hours, some say even more. But as a student, who really has 10,000 hours to spare if they’re out just trying to live their best life? Continue reading

How to Deal with Back to School Stress and Anxiety

Back to School COVID Stress and Anxiety

During this unprecedented time, people all around the world have had to change the way they live to accommodate safety rules to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. This global pandemic has had a major impact on almost everything, from the economy to healthcare, and from education to socializing. It has already caused a major recession in many countries, forcing business and schools to close down for a few months to contain the virus, which has also led to several other consequences.  Continue reading

What Does the Next Academic Year Look Like During COVID-19?

Academic year during covid-19

As of this writing, you are probably on a quarantine, no matter where you are in the world due to COVID-19 and the global pandemic. Because of this, the way we live our normal lives has changed, for better or for worse. There is a looming question on how we should move forward from this and whether or not our lives will be the same in all aspects. From the way we communicate, to the way we shop, to even the way we learn and work, all of it will have to change to assure the safety of society. Continue reading

How Exercise Improves Your Studies and Mental Health

How exercise improves your studies

Stress is something that is increasingly more common as you grow older. More responsibilities, more decision making, and more obligations seem to weigh people down and cause them to feel stressed. Students especially have to carry this burden of stress because they are still learning to deal with life and everything that comes with it. Some find ways to manage it wisely, while others still struggle mentally to deal with their stress. It’s not unusual for students to have mental breakdowns because of this stress, but there are ways to avoid and even handle your stress levels. Many studies show that exercise is a sure-fire way to improve your stress levels and ultimately your mental health. Continue reading

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How to Develop Self Management Skills

Self management skills

As students grow older, the sense of responsibility grows. Gone are the worry-free days, where all you were concerned about was what food you’ll have for lunch at school the next day, or whether your parents would let you stay over your friends house over the weekend. It’s hard growing up and going off to college for higher education. Continue reading

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What will Summer 2020 Look Like for Students?

Summer 2020

As the summer months approach and the weather is getting warmer and warmer, a looming question about student’s holidays hangs over our heads. No, it’s not the question of “what are you summer plans” but rather the question of “when will things go back to normal?” People are just starting to get used to distance learning and online education platforms and schools and other educational institutions have not made the move to open schools just yet. Continue reading

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