Happy #motivationalmonday everyone! If you want to be successful you have to set goals for yourself. I want to share with you my list of tips to setting goals and keeping yourself motivated. Continue reading How to Set Goals & Crush Them!
The first day of school is the “New Years” of September. Many students depict starting a new school year as a new beginning. New year, new teachers, new classes, new accomplishments. It is a new chapter in a student’s personal book of adventures. A new school year is the perfect time to get into what I like to call bawse mood. (And if you don’t know what a … Continue reading Back to School: Tips & Tricks for a Successful Start
I learned the difference between dreaming, and setting goals to go after your dream. Every person has a dream, but in order to get to your dream you need goals. And together your goals and your dream make up your vision. Continue reading Go After It – Create A Vision For Yourself
Choosing to go after a life long dream; it’s scary. Even more. It’s absolutely terrifying. Going after your dream is something many speak of doing, but only a few actually attempt. It takes a brave soul to take that first step toward going after a goal they have always wanted to achieve. Those who jump off and dive into their dream are 9/10 successful. But, … Continue reading Going After Your Dream
Over the past year I have really been aware of who I keep communication with in my daily life. I’ve had friends come and go over the years due to many different circumstances. Sometimes it was simply because we’ve grown up and grown apart. But for others it was for reasons much deeper reasons. I’ve been emotionally hurt by people in my life. And I … Continue reading Like-Minded People
“No one can take your education from you.” This was a line said by a women I met at my great aunt’s 80th birthday party. She was congratulating my younger cousin on her graduation from high school when the wise words flowed from her mouth. The phrase really resonated with me. The next day I attended my boyfriend’s university graduation where I got to watch about … Continue reading Education is yours!
On Saturday I wrote one of my four final exams. At the end of the 20 page exam booklet was an open letter my professor wrote to all of his students. After spending 2 hours answering physiological based questions about the environment, I was ready to turn the booklet in and leave. At that point my brain had gone to mush and I was highly doubtful … Continue reading Knowledge is Power
As a third year student in university, I’ve come to know the word “stress” like the back of my hand. (Especially right now in the middle of final exams) By definition, stress is “a state of mental tension and worry caused by problems in your life, work, etc.” This is the common definition people say when asked about stress, however; as I continued scrolling the webpage I … Continue reading Stress Buddies