Posts Tagged ‘Goals’

4 Great Study Strategies to Tackle Finals

Finals mark the dreaded final hurdle before summer/graduation arrives, and we’re nearly there. Here are my four favorite study strategies, which I used (with varying degrees of success) to tackle each semester’s onslaught of final essays, exams, late-night study sessions, and the overwhelming sense that I’m running out of time. Find a system that works ...

How to Stop Worrying and Accomplish Your Goals

The idea of success can be a daunting concept for everyone, but particularly for college students. On the one hand, you’re young and have your whole life ahead of you. On the other, though, you have all the short-term pressures of assignments, classes, and short-term projects; combined with the long-term worries of earning a high ...

5 New Year’s Resolutions You Can Actually Keep in 2014

There’s definitely a trick to creating and sticking to New Year’s resolutions. Most of us falter after the first couple of weeks, but there are plenty who seem to thrive. There are a few standard always-broken resolutions: lose weight, stop smoking, diet, save money, but if we want to actually stick by our goals, we ...

Life Question: Where Do You Want to Be in a Year?

Have you ever asked yourself this question? It’s about reflections of the future, how your past has shaped the person that you are today, and how to set your sights for all of your tomorrows. We’ve all been there before, whether it’s someone else asking us or we muster up the confidence to ask ourselves. ...

Use Goal-Oriented ‘Dashes’ to Jump-Start Productivity

We all go through bouts of procrastination during a work or study session. It’s not that we don’t want to complete what’s expected of us, it’s that we often have so much going on that it’s hard to sit and focus on our most important task. For those of us here at HackCollege, productivity is ...

Continuing Your New Year’s Resolution

It’s a little over a month after the first of the year which means it’s a little over a month since your New Year’s resolutions have been set. By now, you’ve either given up on your resolutions for this year or you’ve kept a pretty great grasp on the goals that you’ve set. After reading ...

The Status of Your New Year’s Resolution – January 31

New Year’s Resolutions are very strange beasts these days. What originally began as an extension of the “settling old debts” goal, has morphed into this guilt-ridden attempt for everyone to lose weight and better their lives. Unfortunately, most of us spend more time setting these goals than actually following them. According to most sources, the ...