“I have SO many photos on my phone!”… Here’s how to organize them

Organization is my thing. I love to organize. But lately I’ve been stressing about how to organize the photos on my phone. How many photos do you have on your phone? If you’re like me you don’t know for sure but it’s too many to manage.

What do you think are the best ways to store phone photos? (Credit: Gawker Media)

What do you think are the best ways to store phone photos? (Credit: Gawker Media)

I thought this might be a good time to look into getting a good photo editor and the best apps to help me be a better photo manager. Read more

Busting the myths about what you know about disabled people

The movie Me Before You has managed to tick off both film critics and members of the disabled community and for different reasons. Critics think it’s sappy. Its main character is a quadriplegic man who decides to end his life by assisted suicide. People with disabilities find the film offensive because it follows the Hollywood tradition of portraying the most negative aspects of being disabled, and suicide as its only solution.

What do you know about disabled people? (Credit: Flickr)

What do you know about disabled people? (Credit: Flickr)

Allow me now to destroy the myths about being disabled and what college students can learn about how individuals with disabilities cope with it throughout college campuses. Read more

5 things college students should NOT save money on

As a college student, it seems like I’m constantly reading about “ways to save money/not break the bank.” But what about things you definitely should not be frugal with in college? I realize it’s important to save money in some instances – there’s always an exception to the rule though!

Which items should you not save money on? (Credit: Getty Images)

Which items should you not save money on? (Credit: Getty Images)

Check out the 5 things I suggest you not skimp on despite being a budget-conscious college student. Read more

You ask, we answer: What can I do about summer class blues?!

Dear J,

I just started a summer class and I’m bummed because I thought there would be more cool people to meet but honestly, the halls are pretty empty. How can I make friends in summer classes?

Lonely,

Sara

What should one do about summer class blues? (Credit: World Top 10's)

What should one do about summer class blues? (Credit: World Top 10’s)

Hey Sara,

I’ll be your friend! I know there is nothing more frustrating than FOMO during summer courses and not being able to meet people. There are definitely ways around this though. Read more

10 best fitness apps to gamify your workout

Here’s my latest workout bummer: I track my exercise with a fitness app I like that has a bunch of cool social features. The problem? Too few of my friends are using the same tracker! It is really hard to compete with my workout pals if we aren’t all on the same app. I realize this is totally in the category of #firstworldproblems, but when it comes to gamification–making life more like a game–I am a complete sucker.

Which fitness apps do you like best? (Credit: Team Radosta)

Which fitness apps do you like best? (Credit: Team Radosta)

If working out feels like a chore, the way it can be for many college students, check out these tips on finding the best apps to gamify your exercise, the best fitness apps for your own training, and the best YouTube workouts for getting fit in your dorm. Read more

Ways you can volunteer on campus

It can be tough to figure out how to balance volunteering in the community with all the other responsibilities on campus. I know I’ve missed out on a lot of opportunities trying to keep up with my work-study job and my class work; it can be hard to find time to volunteer.

Rodney Smith, Jr. posted this photo alongside the 93-year-old woman whose lawn he and colleague Terrence Story mowed as part of their Raising Men Lawn Care volunteer organization. (Credit: Huffington Post)

Rodney Smith, Jr. posted this photo alongside the 93-year-old woman whose lawn he and colleague Terrence Story mowed as part of their Raising Men Lawn Care volunteer organization. (Credit: Huffington Post)

But if you’re like Rodney Smith, Jr., then you can create a opportunity to make a difference in your community. Smith, a senior at Alabama A&M, is the founder of Raising Men Lawn Care Service, which provides lawn care for people in need in the Huntsville, Alabama community. Read more

How do you workout on campus?

Everyone has that friend on Facebook: the one who’s always trying a new workout or a new cleanse and wants you to start buying Arbonne or go to a BBG meeting. Some of those friends get so involved with the workouts that they get involved as coaches, or as direct sales consultants for the products.

How do you workout on campus? (Credit: Forest Woodward, Getty Images)

How do you workout on campus? (Credit: Forest Woodward, Getty Images)

I’ve gotten into the action on Facebook, posting videos of myself doing the #22pushupchallenge and photos of the 5k obstacle course I just ran. Sometimes it can be hard to figure out what’s the best workout for you. Read more

6 tips to help you prepare for your on-campus interview

On-campus interviews are a good way for you to get practice for the interviewing game. I know that the more I practice being interviewed, the more confident I feel in my answers. Recruiters often go to a college campus looking for college students who are prepared for a career.

What not to do before your on-campus interview. (Credit: IMGflip.com)

What not to do before your on-campus interview. (Credit: IMGflip.com)

Here is some advice for how to handle interview questions and answers, whether you’re meeting with recruiters on-campus or setting up off-campus interviews. Read more

4 helpful tips when creating your portfolio

Now that graduation is behind you, it’s time to create your portfolio that you can show to prospective employers or graduate school. Time to put all the work you did in college, at your part-time job (if applicable), for charity and for fun in your portfolio.

Let us help you get your portfolio started. (Credit: Media Bistro)

Let us help you get your portfolio started. (Credit: Media Bistro)

Today, portfolios are not only for the creative arts and those who want to create a graphic design portfolio—anyone can make a compilation of achievements to share. Read more

2016’s unique commencement speeches

It’s graduation speech time. College seniors are dressed up in their graduation cap and gown. But before they’re allowed to leave, they have to listen to their commencement speech.

Which commencement speeches do you enjoy most? (Credit: PopSugar.com)

Which commencement speeches do you enjoy most? (Credit: PopSugar.com)

Unless your college gets a memorable guest speaker like a movie star or the U.S. President, you’re probably not going to remember what the speaker said. I know I don’t. Here are some of 2016’s unique, inspiring and memorable commencement speeches. Read more