Kindle Unlimited Review

This past summer I decided to try out Kindle Unlimited. When I was contemplating whether or not to purchase it, I turned to Pinterest for some reviews. To my surprise, there were very few reviews of it! I tried it out anyway though, and now I have for you my no bs, completely honest Kindle Unlimited review.

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Ups and downs of my first semester of college

Since I’m getting ready to start my second semester of college, I thought I would take some time to sit down and write about the ups and downs of my first semester. It was definitely an experience. Before I started college, I found myself looking for blog posts where college students shared their experience with their first semester, year, etc, so I thought it would be kind of fun not only to write it so that other curious people could see it, but also so that I can look back on this post in the future. Also, I know that my grandma will probably read this & she is probably curious about what I’ve been up to. 🙂 Hope you all enjoy this little look into my life!

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Why you should make Monthly Resolutions for the New Year

I’ve never really been one to make New Year’s resolutions. As far as I’ve seen throughout my life, people rarely complete their yearly resolutions. They set unrealistic goals and most end up giving up on halfway through January. Last year, however, my mindset on New Years resolutions was changed when my sister told me that she would be doing monthly resolutions instead of a singular yearly resolution.

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My goals for Christmas Break

After being so busy this past semester, I am so beyond happy to be on Christmas break. All semester I was mourning my free time, and I did not really have the opportunity to do anything except for homework. Even though I was slaving away all semester, I promised myself that I would make up for lost time over Christmas break. I have many goals for this break, and I plan to do great things with this month of free time. So, without further ado, here are my goals for Christmas break.

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Cheap Winter Date Ideas

‘Tis the season for romantic winter dates! If you’re pocket is feeling a bit light from buying Christmas presents, don’t worry, I’ve got you covered! You can still have awesome winter dates without spending a billion dollars. Here are some of my favorite cheap winter date ideas.

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Fall & Winter Reading List 2017

It is now officially the time of year when all I want to do is curl up in a warm blanket and immerse myself in books. Over the past few months I have been compiling a list of books that I want to read. I’ve been seeing so many book recommendation posts and they have given me so many good book ideas. I really love to read book posts, so, I thought I would do a post of my own!

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The Secret to Surviving College: Time management

Time management is something that almost all students struggle with when transitioning from high school to college. It is essential for college students to learn how to practice good time management in college to avoid the stress of having to do assignments last minute. But how to you find a good balance between your social life and school?

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