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Make a list before somebody gets hurt



One valuable thing that you can do to reduce your stress and make sure that you accomplish all the tasks that you need to do is to make a list. It’s one thing to say that you are going to do something, but when you make a concrete list about the tasks that you need to accomplish, you have a higher chance of actually accomplishing those tasks.

There have been many studies about how making lists actually boosts your chance of succeding. The basis of creating a great list focuses on these 5 aspects:


Focus on what you want to achieve and stick to that goal. Eliminate the second guessing and stick to one concerete idea. This will make your goal simple and attainable


The more specific your goal is the easier it is for you and others to understand what it is you exactly what to do.


Have you ever started driving and didn’t know where the heck you were going? Your list should be as easy to understand as the directions on Google Maps. The reason why lists work is because give you a clear cut direction to where you want to go without diversion.


Making lists helps you sort out what you actually want to do right now in the momment and what can wait for later. Organize your list in order of importance. By prioritizing, you will make better use of time and finish the tasks that you need to accomplish faster and have more time for freedom


My list for Finals:


Finish Intro to COM exam at work

Print all materials I need for work

Go to the mail room

Blog 5 things

Start working on Philosophy Exam


Finish the rest of COM exam/type it

Finsh Philosophy Exam at Work

Blog 5 Things

Go to Library

Read book for relaxing at work


Relax and print Marketing notes

Clean room

Watch a movie on Netflix

Go to the city?


Study for philosophy at work

Church at 5:30

Send final blog to Multimedia Teacher after church


Study for Philosophy after Multimedia exam


Philosophy exam at 7:30

Start studying for Marketing


Marketing Exam at 5:30

Date Night after exam

Christmas Party


Say goodbye to Patrick

Sleep until 6


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Out of State Quotes

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Wise words from Arianna Huffington

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Keep Calm and Travel Smart

It’s almost Thanksgiving time and you know what that means! No, it’s not the glorious turkey, stuffing, and mashed potatoes, you are thinking of, its holiday travel. Yes, everyones favorite thing. With all of this excitement, it can overwhelm anyone. But don’t worry. I have a few tips and tricks to keep anyone sane.

Pack smart 

warm to cold 

If you are like me, you are an out-of-state kid who is going home to a warm climate and coming back to a cold one. If this is the case, pack all your summer clothes and bring back all your long wool coats. This will not only make room in your closet in the dorm room, but put clothes in your closet at home for when you come home in the spring/summer.

cold to cold

For the out-of-staters going from a cold climate to a warm climate, the process is a little more tricky. Definitely bring all your summer clothes that you have in your dorm room back, but only bring one or two “heavy” coats for the holidays and bring the rest of your cold weather stuff back to the dorms to survive the weather


Be productive at the airport 

Airports around the holidays are to malls on Black Fridays. HELL. The lines are long and everyone is antsy to get home. Get to the airport around 2 hours early. This gives you plenty of time to check any baggage that you have and go through the security check line. Depending on the length of your flight, either buy the wireless internet package or bring a light textbook and study. Even if you eventually fall asleep on the plane, at least you spent some of your time wisely and by all means, catch up on your sleep.

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College Cure

Getting sick in college

 The flu is one bug the exterminator can’t fix and neither can your mom now that you’re in college. It’s time to start caring for your health yourself. Everyone is going to get sick in college. With the horrible ventilation system your dorm room is bound to have, you are going to need a pretty strong immune system to fight all of the germs floating around in the air. Here are some preventative steps you can take to make sure that you and your body are ready to fight any infection that comes your way.

Get a flu shot

It was okay when you were 5 years old to be deathly afraid of shots, and the only thing that could relax you was getting the SpongeBob sticker at your doctor’s office. But, now it’s time to grow up. Youcan have that amazing sticker but you have to fess up and get a flu shot at your own leisure. Protecting yourself with the flu shot is an amazing idea because it provides a wall against the germs from the flu which is essentially like spring bug spray all over your body. The nasty flu bug will find another host once it sees that you are no match for it.

Have a medical supply ready

Nobody likes to get sick and no one especially likes to go to the pharmacy when they are feeling under the weather. In your medical supply, you should have:
• Ibuprofen
• Something to help you sleep (Advil PM, Stay Sleep, etc.)
• Tylenol cold and flu
• A vapor rub
• Sore throat reliever
• Upset stomach soother

Keep a supply of tissues at hand

You definitely don’t want to be using all of your roommate’s toilet paper for your cold
Your mom’s recipe for chicken noodle soup
There’s nothing better to comfort your cold better than your mom’s chicken noodle soup. It’s a low calorie way to sooth basically any illness that you have. Just take a can of Campbell’s chicken noodle soup or figure out your own recipe.

Make sure you get your rest

It’s definitely hard to get rest in college because there’s so much going on but if you feel yourself getting under the weather, make sure you hit the bed. The more rest you get, the faster your immune system can recover and you can bounce back to normal.

Don’t stress yourself out

When you feel yourself getting stressed, take a break; watch your favorite show, and just chill out.


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Visitation Rehab.

It can be hard to come back to school after a 3, 4, even five day vacation. You have to leave behind being catered, home cooked meals, and most importantly, your own comfy bed. Try o focus on what you are gaining from coming back to school instead of what you are losing. By focusing on moving forward, you start to see the goal, getting a degree, becomes more apparent. Your first priority is by far your education.


Every person comes to college with a purpose. You are in visitation rehab, and your life is worth this withdrawl. Your drug of choice? Comfort. Stability. Welcome to reality a.k.a the real world. Sit back, relax and enjoy the rest of your life.




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