4 Newsletters Every College Grad Should Subscribe To

4 Newsletters Every College Grad Should Subscribe To

One of the most out of pocket suggestions I got when I was fresh out of college was to subscribe to a few newsletters. I got my first email address in ’05 and since then I’ve not been a big fan of newsletters. Each one I received was either

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A Simple Trick to Improve Your Task Management

A Simple Trick to Improve Your Task Management

This is the first but definitely not the last time I'll say something like this: you probably don't need another productivity tool. Planners, apps, reminders, lists, sticky notes, etc. they all can help. But only one thing determines if they will work- consistency. Don't get me wrong, I LOVE sharing

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Should I Live Alone or With Roommates?

Should I Live Alone or With Roommates?

Until recently, I felt that leaving my parents' house and living on my own was a linear progression. I started out having to share a room with other people. Eventually, I worked myself up to the next step of having my own room. Then at some point, I'd level up

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The Best Productivity Hack for Entrepreneurs

The Best Productivity Hack for Entrepreneurs

When reading the book The Rest of God by March Buchanan, I deeply related to his thoughts about the ways in which become our own taskmasters.Taskmasters are employed to keep track of slaves, to make sure they are constantly working and not taking breaks. As an ambitious and results-oriented

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5 Books for Transitioning to Adulthood

5 Books for Transitioning to Adulthood

I'm sharing 5 books I've found to be an incredible help in navigating the different stressors that come with transitioning into adulthood.

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Adulting 101: A Starter Kit

Adulting 101: A Starter Kit

For the next month, I'll be writing about some of the struggles my friends and I have faced starting out after college and building a foundation for life as a young adult.

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