College

7 Tips on Surviving College

So you want to go to college, huh? Well, that’s awesome! But I can guarantee you that it will be different from high school, very different. However, I am here to make that transition a lot easier.

Want to know the easiest ways to make it harder for yourself? Not being mentally prepared, and not having your priorities straight. So, let’s talk about the mental prep for college and how to prioritize your life. I promise it’ll become a lot easier than you expect by implementing these small, yet crucial things.

And to make this easier, I’ve given you the tweet edition of each point to make this painless, useful, and fun. Who doesn’t like advice that can squeeze into a tweet?

Priority #1: Finances

Learn the differences between loans, grants, and scholarships. Research on these will give you a leg up in financial apps each year. #winning Click To Tweet

Priority #2: College Classes

Class registration is like the NFL draft, set your goals, have a game plan and get those classes! #OddsInYourFavor #RealLifeHungerGames Click To Tweet

Priority #3: Campus Dorms

Dorms are small, you have way too many shoes for them. Pack and plan accordingly. #HumbleLiving Click To Tweet

Priority #4: Home, Sweet Home

You know you’ll miss your fam. Schedule a time each month (at least) to hit them up. #HomeSick Click To Tweet

Priority #5: Campus Life

Don’t look like “fresh meat” during the first week. Take advantage of the first weekend to learn all the key buildings on campus. #winning Click To Tweet

Priority #6: Extracurricular Activities

People who DO NOT join student clubs are lame. Don’t be a lame...get involved! #ClubsBuildLeaders #ResumeBuilding Click To Tweet

Priority #7: Personal Wellness

Don’t let your overall health take a back seat to school. Rest, workout, manage your money, and study smart! #BalanceIsKey Click To Tweet

Want more good advice? I have an e-book and it’s only 42 pages long! Grab it now and get your life together before school starts! Even if it has started, it’ll still get you right!

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