Personal Development

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

5 Things We Can Learn from Batman

Since I was a kid, I’ve always been attracted to the idea of superheroes and none more so than Batman. Not only was he obscenely wealthy in his real life, but as a superhero, he didn’t have an alien heritage, magic or mutant powers to rely on. Even in the face of superhuman villains, […]

By |August 29th, 2012|Guest Posts, Observations, Personal Development|0 Comments

Earning Beer Money Online in College

Recently I came across the Subreddit /r/beermoney. A subreddit which explains to, mostly, college students how to earn a buck on the side to pay for your beer. After browsing it for a little bit, examining some of the websites I was stunned. People are really doing these things. I am really against this […]

By |August 13th, 2012|Observations, Personal Development|7 Comments

New StudySuccessful Design and a Note from Stefan

After two years I had enough of the Thesis Theme I was using. In some sort of way this theme looks old fashioned, cranky and just too full of everything. Time for a new design. This means also time for a new way – more minimalistic. A bigger focus on the content, rather than […]

By |July 16th, 2012|Observations, Personal Development, Random|1 Comment

6 Tips for Professional Development at Your Summer Internship

This is a guest post by Sarah Fundin. Sarah Fudin currently works in community relations for University of Southern California’s online master degree programs. USC Rossier Online and MSW@USC provide the opportunity to earn an Online Masters in Education as well as offer online MSW programs.  Outside of work Sarah enjoys running, reading and […]

By |July 11th, 2012|Guest Posts, Personal Development|1 Comment

Importance of Sleep for Good Grades

The life of a college student is not one that can be corralled into a description of a few words.  There are as many variations as there are students themselves.  But there are also common traits that any university student would lay claim to and those always involve sleeping, eating and studying, most often […]

By |June 6th, 2012|Personal Development|1 Comment