Today, while innocently scrolling through Pinterest trying to get my work done, I stumbled upon an entire culture I never knew existed – a group of females who share some pretty basic beauty, hygiene, and fitness hacks dubbed “hoe tips.” They are on Tumblr, Twitter, and even have a trending section on Pinterest! “Hoe tips” … Read More
I don’t think it’s too controversial a statement to say that the last few weeks of school are, generally, a bit of a nightmare. Whether you’re in high school or college (or middle school, tbh) there’s something that happens once the weather starts getting warmer and the last day of school is in sight that makes the thought of showing up to school–let alone doing your schoolwork and studying for finals–seem nearly impossible.
I don’t know about you, but personally, I spend a lot of my time on the computer. And by “spend,” what I really mean here is “waste,” because, technically, most of the stuff I do online is not productive at all. I mean, I do my work, but then there are the memes. Twitter and Instagram (for memes). The private, hyper-specific Facebook groups (that I am also in for the hyper-specific memes). And, of course, there is Netflix. I am sure you can relate.
Today, while innocently scrolling through Pinterest trying to get my work done, I stumbled upon an entire culture I never knew existed – a group of females who share some pretty basic beauty, hygiene, and fitness hacks dubbed “hoe tips.” They are on Tumblr, Twitter, and even have a trending section on Pinterest! “Hoe tips” are a collection of crazy looking images with tips on how to be… a female? I think?
If you are looking for some clever tips and tricks to help make your everyday live much easier, then you are in right place. Life hacks will help you to get things done and get them done easily and quickly. So here we have listed to you a lot of super simple, everyday life hacks [...]
Even in the year 2016, when we have all of the technology in the world right at our fingertips, the old-fashioned practice of handwriting notes in class continues to be the best method of learning. Actually writing things down on paper – not typing them, not plugging them into your iPhone, not listening to a recording or watching a video – is still the most effective way to memorize and comprehend the material.
As an editor of the high school newspaper, the editor-in-chief of the high school literary magazine, and a college journalism major, I have clearly always been someone who doesn’t mind writing a research paper or an essay. In fact, I welcomed these assignments when I was still in school. I would pick a 10-page essay over a math test literally any day of the week. I’m a fast writer and I managed to get good grades on my papers even when I admittedly didn’t try very hard.