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Your Essential DIY Guide To Organize Your Car

Between school, home, work, and social activities do you ever feel as if you live on the road? If you’re like me the inside of your car looks like a disaster with stuff scattered everywhere. How about making a New Year’s resolution to get organized and start with your car?

Here are a few easy DIY projects to help get things rolling. Read more

How to get organized with a planner as you head back to school

As summer winds down it’s time for college students to think about how to get organized and head back to school. My best piece of advice is investing in a planner to keep yourself organized!

Keep yourself organized with a planner. (Credit: The College Girl Daily)

Keep yourself organized with a planner. (Credit: The College Girl Daily)

Assuming you’re going to be living in the dorm, you might appreciate a few organizing tips and college hacks that I came up with. Read more

9 do’s and don’ts for getting focused second semester

I have the hardest time getting focused after the holidays. Whatever promises I’ve made myself while I’m on vacation are much harder to put into practice once I’m back at my desk! This is doubly true for college students who have a long holiday between first and second semester–and it can be really rough if your first semester wasn’t your best.

What helps you get focused? (Credit: Happiness Weekly)

What helps you get focused? (Credit: Happiness Weekly)

Need some life hacks to get focused, get organized, and improve productivity for your classes? Check out these do’s and don’ts on how to make your second semester better than your first. Read more

New Year resolution ideas and tips for college students

Every year it’s the same New Year resolutions: lose weight, get organized and find ways of dealing with stress. If you’re like me, you start with good intentions and as the year goes on they drop by the wayside. It may not be a lack of will power that shoots you down. Maybe it’s the way you decide on the resolution.

Which resolution is right for you this year? (Credit: Huffington Post)

Which resolution is right for you this year? (Credit: Huffington Post)

There are strategies that you can use to create more meaningful resolutions and then keep them. Let’s look at some ideas and tips on how college students can create and keep their New Year resolutions. Read more

College tips: Save money and get organized

Due to the high cost of college and how busy I am all the time, I have to cut corners to save money and time wherever I can. College students can learn to streamline projects, get organized in your dorm room and reduce costs.

There are several ways to save money while in college. (Credit: peerTransfer)

There are several ways to save money while in college. (Credit: peerTransfer)

Here are some college tips for the best ways to save money and practice time management skills. Read more

College students, you CAN overcome the midterms crisis

Let’s be honest, the only goal any one of us wants to accomplish the week of midterms is to just get through it with the absence of tears or an inevitable mental breakdown. Amiright?

Don't let the stress of midterms get the best of you. (Credit: Lauren Wood/The State News)

Don’t let the stress of midterms get the best of you. (Credit: Lauren Wood/The State News)

Time management as a college student can be difficult enough but when important exams get thrown into the mix, it’s easy to get off track. College midterms can make or break your entire semester but there are some ways to help you get through this hellish week. Read more

Tips and tricks for new college students

Just getting into college is a major hurdle you’ve overcome. But too many students, once they get to college, learn that it is very different from high school. Here are a few oddball tips and tricks to get you through your first few days of college.

What tips do you recommend for new college students? (Credit: Firestone)

What tips do you recommend for new college students? (Credit: Firestone)

There’s information on choosing a major, how you can do what you love, how to get organized, and accessing accommodations for students with disabilities. Read more

Dorm room ideas: Tips & tools to help you get organized

Fall semester is right around the corner. It’s time to get organized and put together some dorm room ideas to make your life easier. Because dorm rooms are usually pretty small you’ll need to be creative in figuring out how to stay organized.

Spruce up your dorm room with our ideas. (Credit: Home Design)

Spruce up your dorm room with our ideas. (Credit: Home Design)

You’re going to want to make the most of the limited space that you have by taking advantage of every inch from floor to ceiling. Here are some organization tips and suggestions to help you get and stay organized. Read more

College apps to stay organized

I use apps to keep all my appointments and to-do lists in one place, and many are useful for making a college schedule or keeping track of classes and homework. From studying, taking notes, storing information, sharing information, scheduling events and organizing college life, apps for college students are abundant and essential for staying organized.

What method helps you stay organized? (Credit: oohlala)

What method helps you stay organized? (Credit: oohlala)

Try out a bunch of college apps to see what works best for you to get organized. Read more

Use color codes to get organized for college

When the fall semester starts you have to hit the ground running as they say. Anything that can help you get organized will come in handy.

Keep yourself organized by using the color coding system. (Credit: everything-home)

Keep yourself organized by using the color coding system. (Credit: everything-home)

One way to organize your life is by using color codes in your file system, note taking and even in your closet. Let’s look at some ways that you can color code your life. Read more