Happy Tuesday! As y'all know, it's currently one of the craziest times of the semester: midterms. Hope everyone's doing well and taking care of themselves as much as possible in this season of exams. You might be focusing on how you're preparing for tests or taking the actual tests, but do you know what to … Continue reading 3 Things To Do After a Test
Month: October 2019
Appalachian State University Dietetic Internship
Happy Tuesday, y'all! I hope you're enjoying fall right now. Here in Southeast Texas, it's finally cool enough to wear sweaters. Today's post covers a dietetic internship in a much cooler part of the country: the Appalachian State University Dietetic Internship. Appalachian State University (ASU) is a school of about 19,000 total students in Boone, … Continue reading Appalachian State University Dietetic Internship
Why You Should Go to Professors’ Office Hours!
Happy Tuesday! Today's post is a bit of rant, but also a good reminder. Over the years I've read a lot of college advice posts. One of the top suggestions many people list is the importance of using professors' office hours. At first, I always wondered, "Why though?" I got decent grades, so the advice … Continue reading Why You Should Go to Professors’ Office Hours!
Montana State University Dietetic Internship
With a view like that, I'm ready to pack my bags and visit now! Happy Tuesday everyone! Today I've got an internship post on the Montana State University Dietetic Internship, also known as the Montana Dietetic Internship (MDI). It's one of the schools I found the other day that looked interesting. So of course I … Continue reading Montana State University Dietetic Internship
Five Thoughts From Fall of Senior Year
Happy Tuesday! I'm a little over month into the fall of senior year and it's all kinds of crazy right now. (For example, I'm normally better about writing posts earlier in the week, but instead this post was written Monday night.) Everyone's life is different, but here are five thoughts on the fall of senior … Continue reading Five Thoughts From Fall of Senior Year