In an era defined by social distancing and digital communication, online side hustles are a great way to make some extra money. Becoming a freelancer during my last year in college was one of the best decisions I ever made. I was able to save more than $12,000, giving me the flexibility to travel and… Continue reading 20 Online Side Hustles For Students And Full-Time Workers
If you want to make money online but have no idea where to start, you're in the right place! We are living in an era where almost everything can be done remotely. Why choose to sit in a dark corporate office when you could be working from your laptop wherever the heck you want?! [… Continue reading How To Make Money Online: 5 Profitable Methods For Beginners
Here are five healthy habits that will boost productivity while reducing your stress levels!
Not only will these simple lifestyle adjustments reduce your overall impact on the planet, but your wallet will thank you too! Saving money is a lot more fun when you know it's contributing toward a greater good, and these hacks are easily adaptable by anyone.
How I maximize my energy levels, motivation, and mental wellbeing with FOOD… and how YOU can too!
“You’re going where?!” This was the most common response after telling people where I was jetting off to for a week. The unmistakable crinkle between the brows would form, maybe a slight cock of the head, and I couldn't help but laugh. Because yeah – it did sound a little odd. Never in my life… Continue reading The Dark Horse of the West: Sun Valley, Idaho
Let's be real – it's kinda fun being the most informed person in the room. You can answer people's questions, offer more solutions at work, and most importantly, not feel like an idiot when people start talking about something intelligent. It's a win-win for everyone. But in today's nonstop culture, it can be hard to… Continue reading Stay Informed On the Go: 3 Quick & Convenient Tools
Individualism. The digital age. Success. These are three concepts that describe the world we live in; three concepts that breed hard working, high achieving people. But too much of anything can cause issues, even a world where all our desires are seemingly in reach. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, one in five… Continue reading Staying Sane in a Mentally Unhealthy Society
This semester abroad has fostered an intense amount of personal growth for me. I've become more relaxed, embrace change, and have managed to steer clear of the anxiety and sadness that often creep into my life this time of year. But the biggest source of growth over the past three months has been my independence.… Continue reading My First Solo Trip: What I Did In Granada, Spain
If you would have told me two years ago that I would be snuggled up under the sparkling Eiffel Tower with three of my best friends sipping on cheap bottles of wine, I probably would have laughed in your face. I met Sage, Casey and Anna my very first week of college. And no. I… Continue reading Paris With My Best Friends: A Weekend For The Books