What NOT to Do Your Freshman Year

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Freshman year at Notre Dame was a strange and wonderful time in my life. I got to meet some of the most amazing people and got to my dream school. However, as great as it was, there are some things I may or may not have done that made it harder than it should’ve been. Been there done that. I hope that my experiences will help you make your first year as good as it can be. Continue reading

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China Blue

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One of my favorite casual outfits. I love the blue china plate pattern on the blouse and I can’t live without my cat flats! The blouse is available at H&M, the jeans have been in my closet forever, and the cat flats I bought at a local boutique.

Top 10 Apps to Help You Survive College (And Be Good At It!)

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As I finished my freshman year, I had some time to reflect on my college experience as a whole and what worked and what didn’t in terms of making my life as a student easier. After my first few weeks in college, I realized that I could use my phone to automate some of the stuff I was going to do manually anyways and boost my productivity. I have tried and found the apps that have proved to be the most useful in keeping my sanity and I hope they prove to be useful for you too.

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