Why You Should Stop Feeling Nice

Every once in a while I get in a philosophical state of mind, today is such a day and I wrote some things down. Bear with me, next post will be more of a ‘quick tip’ again. For now some musings, thoughts or whatever you would like to call it.
Feeling Nice as a Feedback […]

By |November 22nd, 2012|Observations, Personal Development, Productivity|1 Comment

Powernapping – Rather Short than Long

Powernapping. One of my biggest interests and one of the biggest interests of the students I am helping to live a more successful college life. With a powernap you can easily turn a lazy afternoon into a productive one.

If you are interested in the subject, I have an elaborate article about it, called ‘The […]

By |October 22nd, 2012|Observations, Personal Development, Productivity|0 Comments

Four Energy-saving Tips for Savvy Students

Everything’s as you imagined: You just signed the lease on your new house or apartment at school and you’re all revved up to move in with your best buddies and future roommates. Cherish it – don’t let the honeymoon fade any quicker than it has to. But with that in mind, know that not […]

By |October 22nd, 2012|Guest Posts, Observations, Tips and Tricks|0 Comments

5 Ways to Beat the Homesick Blues the First Year Away at College

The days are getting darker and darker and those like little gremlins flu and colds are wickedly starting to flourish. Moreover, this year the world seems to be on the precipice of eternal Armageddon. Add in, “I’m away from home, my classes are hard and I haven’t made any friends,” and anyone’s mood can […]

By |September 25th, 2012|Guest Posts, Observations, Personal Development|2 Comments

Pause Your Inbox – Thoughts on Forming a Habit

Do you have the email addiction problem? Are you anything like me and wake up with checking email, spend your day checking email and go to bed with, yes indeed, checking email?

I personally hate this habit of mine and I’ve been looking for a solution for a long time. Now there is a little […]

By |September 12th, 2012|Observations, Personal Development, Productivity|0 Comments

The Benefits of the Nationwide Application of Common Core Standards

This is a guest post by Sam.

Parents across the United States are deeply concerned about the quality of education that their children are receiving. International test scores indicate that students of the United States are receiving inferior educations when compared to other countries. United States students are lagging behind other industrialized nations particularly in […]

By |September 10th, 2012|Guest Posts, Observations|0 Comments