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Real College Student of Atlanta: Eating clean for rookies {part 1} I have tons of self control when it comes to just about everything besides food. I love good food and good food loves me. So trust me, I understand how difficult the concept of healthy eating or "eating clean" sounds, but it's not too bad if you ease your way into it like I've been doing for the past two weeks. I've lost about 7.5 pounds in the last two weeks from drinking LOTS of water, working out more often, and "eating clean" for at least one meal a day. I plan to start eating clean for at least two meals a day...and eventually a lifestyle...I hope. But for now, I'm proud that I've somewhat shifted my eating habits by incorporating more healthy options and feeling good and guilt free after meals. Below are some examples of foods I've eaten over the past two weeks! Tips from professionals on eating healthy: Have a partner/friend to eat healthy with you and hold each other accountable Try to eat out as little as possible Create a diet/eating plan that works for your lifestyle

Pop Chart Lab --> Design + Data = Delight 10 College Preparation Tips: Part-time Work, Textbooks, Dorm Life & More - Yahoo Voices Mobile "These are the best years of your life" This phrase is typically used to describe High School or College. Which period you agree with is most often situational, and depends on individual experiences. For me, it was definitely College. 1. By staying in close proximity to the campus you will naturally be involved with the students, you'll also hear all of the events and campus happenings first and from the source. I lived on campus my freshman year and during that time did a lot of complaining about room size, sharing bathrooms, and pre-selected roommates. 2. Monitor you spending and document where all of your money is allotted. Ace Money Lite A Few different options If you work better in print, use the transaction record pad given to you with your checking account (if you don't know what I'm talking, ask your banker.) 3. 4. A beneficial technological device to have is a "jump-drive." 5. First of all, bring an extra set of sheets. YOURCITYNAME.craigslist.org 6. 7.

How to Wash Clothes in a Washing Machine - Dummies By Pierre Lehu Knowing how to wash clothes —without ruining them — is a basic life skill. Before you load up the washing machine, you have to do some prep work such as separating items by color and texture, choosing the right washing cycle, and knowing how much detergent to add. All this calls for just a little practice, but you'll get the hang of it in no time. Separate and divide for laundry success Not all fabrics are made the same, so you need to create piles of items based on color and fabric type: Separate light-colored clothes from dark ones: The worst mistake you can make when washing clothes is to mix colored clothes and light-colored clothes in the wash cycle. Figuring out laundry detergent, bleach, fabric softener When you're ready to wash your (separated) clothes, don't just shove them into the machine, dump in some detergent and turn on the machine. How much detergent?

Skills Needed for College | RiseUp! Mississippi The academic, personal, and social skills that are needed to succeed in college are very different from those required in high school. Study Skills The academic demands of college are far greater than those of most high schools. Students will be required to use notetaking, study, test-taking, and time-management skills that may not have been necessary in high school. It is important that students develop these skills before they begin college classes. Begin to develop adequate time-management skills. Once you begin college, keep the following tips in mind. Never miss class! Independent Living Skills In addition to study skills that may be new to students, there will also be everyday living skills that students may not have had to use before. Students should: Self-Advocacy Skills Students who are able to advocate for themselves and who can make their needs known in a positive and assertive way are more likely to experience academic and personal success. Accept your disability.

Leaving For College: 5 Ways To Prepare To Leave Your Parents By Michelle King College is (finally) just around the corner and you couldn't be more excited. You'll get to stay out however late you want, wake up whenever you want, do whatever you want. Wait. You’ll be able to do whatever you want?That's kind of scary. Whoa. Breathe easy there, high school grads. DON'T think being away from your parents is just another way to say "24/7 party": When Kara, a student at the University of South California, first moved away for college, she let herself get a little carried away. DO figure out who you can call if there is an emergency: Once you tell people where you're going to college it seems that everyone has a cousin's friend's roommate who you can call if "you ever need anything." DO realize that you'll get homesick: Yes, college is awesome, but leaving your old life and entering a totally new one can be really daunting at times. DO figure out a budgeting system: There's no one right way to budget your money.

Tips for New College Students: What I Wish I Knew 10 Years Ago | Front Range Community College Blog Tips for New College Students: What I Wish I Knew 10 Years Ago Ten years ago I was finishing up my first semester in college. I still remember how I felt that first semester – excited to be entering this new stage in my life and anxious to get to know new people and try new things but at the same time super nervous and full of questions. Tip #1: Tour the Campus I had never seen any classrooms or the residence hall that I was to live in for a year at Colorado State University before I moved in and I have always regretted not taking a tour. Tip #2: Use the Library I think I might have stepped into the library once during my first year in college. In addition, databases can show you how to cite your sources correctly – a necessity when creating your reference page. Tip #3: Yes, You Need to Buy Your Books Though some instructors designate some of their books as “optional,” you need to buy any book that is required for class. Tip #4: Go to Class, After All, You’re Paying for It

39 Things to Know When Entering College 1. Don’t be the kid who packed a six-foot bong. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Grey Villet/Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images 8a. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. Walter Sanders/Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images 19a. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. Ted Russell/Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images 25a. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 31a. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 25 Things You Should Know Before Starting College Some of these things I knew before college. Some of them I learned later. A couple I still haven’t really figured out. When it comes to college, you’ll know about as much when you get out as you did going in, but you become more comfortable with the fact you know nothing. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

Business Insider Leaving for College - What to Do Before Leaving for College Overwhelmed with everything you need to do before heading to college? Familiarizing yourself with everything on this list can help make the process easier. The Big College To-Do List 1. Contact your roommate. That first conversation is pivotal for getting to know each other, for building your relationship as roommates, and for figuring out who's going to be bringing what. 2. Knowing what to bring is just as important as knowing what not to bring. 3. The last thing you want to have happen is for finances to get in the way of your academic progress. 4. You'll need to know, from your first day on campus, how much money you can spend on certain things, whether or not you'll need an on-campus job, and how much money you should have at the end of every month so you don't have to beg your roommate for food come December. 5. Picking the right meal plan and knowing how to make healthy choices in your new environment will greatly aid your time in school. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

14 Things I Wish I Knew Before College I’ve been home for the past month, when I’m not binge-watching Netflix and stalking my college friends on Facebook, I’m helping my sister with the college process. The other night, we were doing the College Board search to help you determine compatible colleges, and I realized that there was a lot I wish I knew before I not only started college, but decided which college to attend. 1. You’re not special I know, I know. In high school, you were class president and led your team to the state championship, all while getting a 4.0. 2. If you told me this 2 years ago just when I was finishing up my college applications, I would have blatantly laughed in your face. 3. I thought that getting into college was the hard part. 4. On the opposite side, it is completely fine to drink and have fun too. 5. You will meet someone on the first day of college, or even the first week, and they will become your instant BFF. 6. 7. Take me seriously. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. Two of my roommates transferred schools.

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