Developing good time management skills is something that even I have a hard time accomplishing. It means getting up early in the morning, planning out your day accordingly, turning off Facebook and all other distractions that could keep you from conquering the day. Whether you’re still in school or just starting your career, you can […]-Read more!
There’s a lot you’re not taught in school. Working skills, life skills, interpersonal skills — strip out all the skills that you’re not taught in school and you’re just left with academics. Now academics is good as it gives you the secondhand knowledge you need on the job, but it doesn’t give you the experience […]-Read more!
This isn’t a topic I normally get onto myself, but with everything I’ve said about college thus far, this is something that I felt that I should add to it. In an interview with Rick Ostrander, the author of Reconsidering College: Christian Higher Education for Working Adults, Inside Higher Ed asked for his perspective on college education as nontraditional […]-Read more!
This is a hard thing for many people to do, including myself. Usually, we see a bunch of tiny little words and say to ourselves, “yeah, it pretty much says what all the others say,” and look over it. It’s a common American practice because really, we don’t care what the contract says, we just […]-Read more!
College certainly isn’t a walk in the park. It consists of tests, paper work, deadlines, reports, and whatever else you can think of. It’s pretty much an introduction to real life. For some, it’s easy to get caught up in the workload as you’re taking 15+ credit hours every semester (I seriously don’t recommend taking […]-Read more!
When building up to your career there are things that you must do to work your way up, such as community involvement, acquiring internships, and creating a network of people to help support you in your career pursuits. Things that many college students don’t actively do, instead only focusing their efforts on studying and making […]-Read more!
There was once a time when colleges were the place to go to get more in-depth into the knowledge of science, mathematics, history, and art. But nowadays, you can take just about everything and anything out there, offering just a little more than a waste of time and money. Many courses are just pain odd, while […]-Read more!
It’s Valentine’s Day. The time of year where Cupid comes out of his rabbit hole and shoots people in the southern posterior, inspiring them to buy candied hearts and and the sort for that special someone who’s most likely not even worth it. Obviously, you can tell I love this time of year, because I […]-Read more!