As children, the thought of monsters under our beds used to keep us up at night, trembling with fear, wanting to cry for our mommies. As we matured, so did our monsters, becoming the dreaded season of finals that strikes fear into our very core. The magic fix used to be daddy showing us that the… Read More A Finals Survival Guide: How to Crush It This Year
Follow my blog with Bloglovin The sound of laughter rolls through the house, on the heels of the sweet and rich scents from the kitchen. The air outside is cold and crisp, bringing a delicate pink hue to the cheeks and noses of little children. Everyone’s eyes are liquid and warm, glad to be away… Read More Happy Thanksgiving to Everyone!
I am currently an AP French student, hoping to share some of my knowledge about the French language that I have learned and will continue to learn as I perfect my French. If you are just as eager as I always was to learn French, or any language really, stay tuned for a whole series… Read More My Favorite French Words and Phrases – Learn French!
Lorelai and Rory have definitively been the most iconic mother-daughter duo to grace a television set since their October 2000 debut in Gilmore Girls. Through fast-paced, witty conversation, these two caught the hearts of their audience and have become an intrinsic and beloved part of many homes and mother-daughter relationships, such as my own. Here… Read More 8 Life Lessons Learned From Gilmore Girls
AP World History can be a very overwhelming topic, if you don’t know the best approach to studying it and preparing for the AP exam. From personal experience, these are my suggestions to help you succeed in your AP class as well as on the exam. Stay ahead of the reading It can be very… Read More Your Guide to Success in AP World History
Senior year is full of excitement, it can also be very stressful as you are applying to and then awaiting replies from colleges. Here’s a guide to some things to be working on for a successful senior year. Write a Resume You will need a resume for when you ask teachers to write you letters… Read More What You Should Be Doing During Your Senior Year
College in America is off-the-charts ridiculous when it comes to cost, and financial aid is a very common way of relieving some of the weight of college tuition. There are generally two types of financial aid for which you can apply. FAFSA Provided by the federal government, FAFSA stands for “free application for federal student… Read More A Simple Guide to Financial Aid
School is back in season for most of us, or is starting back up soon, and that means early hours before the sun has risen, lots of coffee, and a whole lot of yawning. I used to be that person that would sleep till 4 in the afternoon, but as I’ve gotten older I’ve found… Read More How To Have Better Mornings
Once you hit junior year, the idea of college starts to become more real every day. Junior year is a great time to start preparing for college so that you are on schedule, and possibly ahead of the game. This post outlines some of the steps I took during junior year that can help everything… Read More Preparing for College: What You Should Be Doing During Junior Year
Many American high schools and colleges require at least 2 years of study in a foreign language. Despite this, American’s generally fall behind other countries in proficiency in non-English languages. Before electing to not sign up for that French or German class, consider the benefits of learning a second or third language. Improved Multi-tasking People… Read More Why You Should Be Learning A Foreign Language