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36 Life Hacks Every College Student Should Know

36 Life Hacks Every College Student Should Know

65 Books You Need To Read In Your 20s 5 Easy Ways to Get Back into School Mode {Photo Credit} I know girl, the Golden Globes were on last night … who’s thinking about class when you have popcorn and all day fashion reviews? But prepping for class doesn’t have to be so drab – just think of it as making an investment in your fabulous future! 1. Now that you’ve had a few weeks to soak up home again, it’s time to toss aside your snuggie and head back to campus! See your friends. 2. {Photo Credit} We college girls know that time management isn’t always a cake walk – in addition to class and studying, some of us also juggle part time jobs and extracurricular activities. Gather everything that calls for a reminder. 3. Textbooks are the bane of every college student’s existence – they take up room, feel like rocks in our backpacks, and put ginormous dents in our wallets. Buy e-textbooks. 4. If PJs are the unofficial uniform of winter break, then noon is the unofficial wake-up time, Monday – Sunday. On-the-Go: Breakfast bar and fruit. 5. Thoughts?

Rare Historical Photos A boxing match on board the USS Oregon in 1897. Albert Einstein looking fabulous. Here's his report card! Samurai taken between 1860 and 1880. A shell shocked reindeer looks on as World War II planes drop bombs on Russia in 1941 Roy O. and Walt Disney on the day they opened Disney Studios. Che Guevara. The Microsoft staff in 1978. The last known Tasmanian Tiger photographed in 1933. A different angle taken of "Tank Man," the man who stood against a line of tanks in Tiananmen Square.He is standing in the street between the tree trunk and the fleeing man.You can see the tanks approaching from the right. Winston Churchill out for a swim. The London sky following a bombing and dogfight between British and German planes in 1940. Martin Luther King, Jr removes a burned cross from his yard in 1960. Google begins. Nagasaki, 20 minutes after the atomic bombing in 1945. A Native American overlooking the newly completed transcontinental railroad in 1868. The Great San Francisco Fire and Earthquake of 1906.

6 savoury mug recipes to make in the microwave To celebrate the food and drink section on Refreshers Wall with it's 25% off Dominoes, 30% off Giraffe, £100 Nando's voucher up for grabs and more...welcome to the FIRST EVER Student Food Festival!! You've got a microwave and a mug – what springs to mind? Coffee, hot chocolate and these delicious mug cake recipes we brought to you last year. Well, there's more folks. We now bring you six of the best savoury recipes that are super easy to make, right in the comfort of your own microwave. 1. Coat your mug in butter or oil, add 2 eggs and 2 tablespoons of milk. 2. Beat 1 egg and 1½ tablespoons of milk together in your mug adding a pinch of salt or pepper. 3. Combine ½ a mug of water with a small handful of macaroni, microwave for 2 minutes, and stir. 4. Butter the inside of your mug, and then cut a couple of slices of bread into small cubes. 5. Pop 3 cloves of garlic (with herbs if you prefer) into your mug and fill with water, just enough to cover the garlic and microwave for 2 minutes. 6.

6 Hot Drinks for Cold Winter Nights Now is the time to find new ways to stay warm after the sun falls down. And there is no bet­ter way to con­quer the cold than to have a nice warm drink in your hands. With booze or with­out, a warm drink goes a long way; so here for you today are six drink recipes to make your house smell nice and your belly feel warm: Hot Cocoa Vari­eties Put a new twist on an old clas­sic with these Hot Cocoa additions: Mex­i­can Spice - Add some cin­na­mon and ground chipo­tle for a spicy kick.After Din­ner Mint — 1/2 oz. Creme De Men­the, 3/4 oz. Hot Toddy — Alco­holic A clas­sic adults-only bev­er­age, the Hot Toddy has been keep­ing whiskey drinkers warm for generations. Ingre­di­ents 1 oz. brandy, whiskey, or rum1 tbsp. honey1/4 Lemon1 cup hot water1 tea bag Direc­tions Coat Glass with HoneyAdd Liquor and Squeezed Lemon JuiceAdd Tea Bag and Steep with Boil­ing Water Hot But­tered CiderA party favorite for all ages, noth­ing says Fall like a stick of butter. Com­bine all, enjoy!

How to Save Money in College AND Keep Your Social Life Photo Credit As college students, we are not strangers to money problems. From college loans to the cost of textbooks, school is expensive, meaning that to afford our educations, we usually have to cut back on our lifestyle spending… AKA the fun stuff. With school expenses piling up, combined with pressure from friends to go out every night, it can be difficult to maintain a social life without overspending. However, that doesn’t mean that you have to cut out time with friends or stay in every night to save money! It is possible to be frugal and still have fun enjoying the college experience. Make a Budget Photo Credit You’ve probably heard this before, but that’s because it’s that important: The best way to save money while in college is to keep a budget. If you’re totally new to this, don’t worry! A budget is important because it helps you decide how much you can afford to spend when you go out with your friends – that way, you can tailor your orders accordingly. Now, on to the fun stuff!

Hilarious Fishing show FAIL compilation The most mouth-watering toastie recipes EVER All this time you regarded the humble toastie as something that was just...nice. Think Niall Horan from One Direction: plain, inoffensive and more popular in America. But you were wrong. So wrong. Because in reality, the toastie is Harry Styles: naughty, sexy, to be enjoyed at any age. So start getting your toastie kicks with our nine amazing recipes which will leave you giddy, breathless and positively weak at the knees. We're giving away first class InterRail tickets, lunch at PizzaExpress, tickets to Bestival, and loads more... For a chance to win go to Refreshers Wall now 1. Source: closetcooking For 1 sandwich, you will need: 2 slices bacon2 slices sour dough bread1 tablespoon butter, room temperature64g cup mexican and cheddar cheese, shredded2 tablespoons guacamole, room temperature1 tablespoon tortilla chips, crumbled (optional) Cook the bacon until crispy and set aside on paper towels to drain. 2. 1 tablespoon butter2 slices bread64g cup gruyere, grated1-3 tablespoons pesto 3. 4. 5.

2014's Most Affordable Cities For Living On A Budget, According To Apartment Guide (INFOGRAPHIC) Avg. listing price: $1,230,880 Median household income: $110,929 Pct. households $200,000+ income: 30.3% As of 2010, the median income of households in San Carlos was more than double the U.S. median of $51,914. Over 30% of households in San Carlos earned more than $200,000 per year, more than five times the national rate of 5.4%. San Carlos is one of the most expensive housing markets in the San Francisco metropolitan area. Over a twelve month period, ending in October, it had the nation’s highest median home price per square foot at $473 among all homes listed, according to Trulia.

15 Life Secrets of Wildly Successful People Photo Credit What is success? To some it’s a flourishing career complete with a shiny Michael Kors watch and a new pair of Louboutins, while to others it’s making an active difference within their communities. No matter how you personally define success, the fact of the matter is we all want it. 1. You want a million dollar, beach-front mansion? It seems obvious, but so many people are caught up in talking about what they wish they could do or have that they forget to make it happen! 2. Photo Credit So you know what you want and you’re ready to do whatever it takes to make it happen, but where do you begin? For example, if your goal is to get fit and lead a more healthy lifestyle, the answer is not to start a fad diet and exercise three hours a day. In addition, successful people are known to write down their goals and keep them where they can see them regularly. 3. Finding success often involves risk. 4. With great risk comes the possibility of great failure. 5. Photo Credit 6. 7. 8. 9.

Spherical Concentric Layer Cake Tutorial | Cakecrumbs This tutorial will show you the most basic and least equipment-heavy way of baking the concentric layer cake as seen in both the Earth cake and Jupiter cake. You can stop at half way and just make a hemisphere cake, or make two hemispheres and join them into one as in this video. How big you make the cake is up to you. Let’s begin! Now, as for the equipment required, you will need a set of any three hemisphere tins or bowls that can fit inside one another. Baking times will vary based on how big your bowls are. You can use any recipe you like for these cakes. Lastly, for the colouring you can use any colours you like. Here’s how to make, bake and assemble the cake: As a word of caution, don’t be tempted to under-bake the cakes. These are the recipes I used: Like this: Like Loading...