I was recently going through my notes on my phone and I found a list of college tips I typed out for myself if I ever decided to go back to school. I probably will not do that, but it seems a waste for this info to just sit in my phone. So, here are my college tips and tricks that you may not have needed, but you now have.
Work, sleep, gym, eat is pretty much how our life goes right now haha. I do love our life together, but sometimes we need to shake it up a little. Here’s some ideas for how to get out of a rut and what we do to make life interesting!
As the saying goes, the early bird gets the worm. In this case, you want to start developing useful habits as early on in life as you can. I just put twenties here because I feel like we’ve focused these habits the most in our twenties, but started working on them in our teens. No matter how old you are, you can start developing these lifelong habits to better your life.
These types of changes are just added on to the regular changes that you face in your life like moving, changing jobs, having kids, etc. So, what are some ways you can deal with these big life changes? Evan and I have been through a few and we have learned some coping skills for dealing with various changes life throws at us.
If you’re one of those people whose paycheck always disappears the day after you receive it, then hopefully this post will give you ideas on how to make more future-focused financial decisions.
When I decided to buy new clothes recently, I chose a more capsule closet approach. Additionally, I thought why not switch to more 50’s inspired clothes? That’s how I started building my 50’s inspired capsule closet on a budget.
My guess is that you came to this post because you are having trouble getting good quality sleep and want to know how to sleep better. There are many factors that can get in the way of sleep such as temperature, noise, your own brain, time, etc. In this post, we’ll list a few different ways you can combat these factors.
Growing up does not come with an instruction manual. We by no means are experts on how to “adult” or function in society, but we do feel like we’ve learned a lot over the past few years on how to meander through a little better. This is not a be-all, end-all list. This post is a roundup of life skills that as young adults, we feel have been necessary to have.
If you’re reading this, then you probably want to know what a goal-oriented lifestyle is and how you can incorporate it into your life to achieve your goals. If that’s not what you want, then I’m not really sure what you expected from this post, but keep reading anyway because it might interest you.
So if you’re moving away from home for the first time we have a first apartment checklist in our resource library (one version with what we’ve looked for and a blank one for you to make your own). Just subscribe here for free access! If you just want the checklist, then you can skip this post. If you want more detail about what we included on the first apartment checklist and how we’ve picked apartments, read on.