Twenty things I’ve learned by 20

Back your phone up. I’m saying this reluctantly but iCloud is your best friend when your phone shatters, you get pushed into a pool, or it gets stolen. You’ll appreciate Apple’s ingenuity. I’ve been there, too, a few times. Education is a blessing. I spent most of middle and high school wishing it was over, ready for the “real world” only to hope I can … Continue reading Twenty things I’ve learned by 20

Trendiest Museum in LA: The Broad

Location: 221 S Grand Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90012 Price: Free (but reserve tickets online, or be prepared to wait!) It’s hard to believe, but the Broad was even better in person than all the pictures that may have enticed you to go on Instagram. I would definitely recommend reserving tickets at the earliest time possible and immediately getting a time to visit the Yayoi … Continue reading Trendiest Museum in LA: The Broad

Studying for Finals as Told By Rory Gilmore

Finals week is quickly approaching for the sole purpose of destroying your GPA and recking havoc on both your social life and precious sleep cycle. Here are a few gifs from your ultimate student inspiration, Rory Gilmore, to express the misery you’re feeling during the most stressful week of the year: When you looked at the study guide your professor posted and realize how much you should have “learned” this semester … Continue reading Studying for Finals as Told By Rory Gilmore

What I learned from my Internship in New York Last Summer

After meeting with Career Services my first semester in college, I quickly learned that beyond getting the degree and receiving glowing recommendations from professors, employers are truly looking for work experience and internships. Apart from working for my mom, this was my first time entering the work force so my sister and I found one in our favorite city, New York. Here is what I learned over the … Continue reading What I learned from my Internship in New York Last Summer

How to Stay Organized in College

Unlike high school, there are fewer assignments and tests in college, causing the value and significance of everything graded to be increased. Missing an essay, test date, or turning something in late can have major repercussions on your grade. In order to make sure that you don’t have any “pop” quizzes (that were actually outlined on the syllabus), finding an organization system that works for you is essential. I have two … Continue reading How to Stay Organized in College

Decorating Your Dorm

After spending half of the summer looking through Pinterest for dorm inspiration, contemplating different duvet covers, and picking the perfect pieces of furniture with my mom, the anticipation to move into my dorm was real. Although we’re already ten weeks into the school year, I wanted to share a few pictures of my room with you and some tips on for decorating your own dorm:   The Walls My … Continue reading Decorating Your Dorm