This is probably going to be one of the most personal pieces I ever write on this website. It is something that needs to be said and understood by everybody.
We are all human. Humans are imperfect; we all have flaws. Now that you know you’re not perfect, it’s time to explain why other people may not be perfect. Because on the inside, everybody is fighting a different battle with themselves. It doesn’t matter if you think you’re perfect – your battle is trying to live up to that standard of perfection that you think you may be. For others, it’s a much more difficult battle with illnesses such as anxiety and depression.
On April of last year I made a post ‘10 Things I Have Learned in my First Year of College‘. In an effort to get back to writing about college and my experience (which is the whole point of me blogging), I’m going to do an updated version of the list where some things may be different and some may be the same. I’ll try to make the points in this post reflect points in the old post so we can see how much my opinions have changed over the year. Without further ado, here are 10 New Things I’ve Learned While Being at College!
I’m new to the lifestyle aspect of the blogging scene. I used to just blog about anything I wished and not think anything of it. Only about a month ago at this point did I decide that I wanted to redefine my blog and maybe make a few extra bucks on the side. I trolled through Pinterest (of course – my mother calls me the Queen of Pinterest now) and started following blogs and trying to mimic what they do to attract readers and viewers. I’ve become so addicted to looking at my blog that I even downloaded some apps for my iPhone to look at my blog stats on and more. Here are 8 apps that bloggers need to have on their phones!
Fanfiction can be a tricky thing to write, depending on the fandom. Fanfiction readers are often very picky people as to what goes into the story and what stays out. Some people can be very judgemental, which is why some writers (like me sometimes) are so afraid to post their stories. But I have learned over the past few years some things that have helped me become more confident in my writing, some that I have seen online and others that I have learned myself. Here are my 7 tips to writing fanfiction.
With finals week fast approaching (or already approached, in the case of myself), students are stressed and/or stressing about getting that final exam nailed and out of the way. For most, its about 75% or more of their final grade and can impact if they get the A or get stuck in the B range, like myself. Everybody deals with finals week differently than the next, but I’ve got 5 things that I think a typical college student (like myself) should have by them at all times for finals week. Here are my Finals Week Must Haves!
As my first year at college draws to a close, I learned. I knew that going into college would require an open mind and the willingness to learn new things and have new experiences. I’ve discovered multiple things about college in my first year that are going to make the next three years so much easier for myself, and hopefully these next few things will help anybody else who is entering college as well.