A Student’s Guide to Time Management

Last school year, I was a fairly average example of a high school student: if something was due Monday, I was sure to get it done by Sunday night. I might need to stay up until 1 AM and consume some sort of caffeinated beverage, but I’d get it done. Almost all of my student […]

How to Read All the Books On Your To-Be-Read List

If you are a reader or you want to consider yourself a reader (like me) then you probably have a long list of books on your TBR (To Be Read list – it’s a bookworm thing). Here’s how you can get through that humongous list before you die of old age. 1. Take some books […]

One Simple Tip for Those Building Habits or Working on Goals

A few days ago, I was trying to figure out why I succeeded at building some habits and failed at building others. Why had some goals been practically effortless and others excruciatingly difficult until I gave up? For instance, this blog.┬áIn March of 2014, I wrote the first post and was very idealistic about it […]

Addressing the Vague Goals: How to Exercise More

Last week I wrote about the first “vague goal” on my list, “how to read more.” This week, I will be giving my advice on how to exercise more. A long time ago, people needed to actually work in the fields or hunt for animals to even eat. This was a very good motivator for […]