Tag Archives: Advice
I’m going to Scotland! And there is a good chance that, if you are reading this, you are going too! Isn’t that exciting? Well, now we just need to figure out how to get there. Over Christmas break, I did a lot of research to determine what would be the most cost effective way for […]
When you move away from home for the first time there is a very good chance that you will suffer some degree of homesickness. It is completely normal and not necessarily a bad thing! As Mrs. Hughes says on Downton Abbey, “There’s no shame in feeling homesick, it means you come from a happy home.” […]
Before you choose a college, you need to visit it! Planning a college visit is as simple as can be, and often quite a bit of fun too. What do you need to do to prepare for a smooth and educational turn about campus? Here are a few things to consider. Register for a Visit […]
Juniors and seniors, are you on track with this College Application Timeline from the College Board? Make a New Year’s resolution to get into the perfect school by being a proactive applicant.
Freshman year is a notorious threat to personal well-being: famously, the freshman fifteen, but also (as I mentioned in a previous post) the challenges presented in close living quarters and the absence of your mother to make you soup when you are under the weather. To succeed in all other areas of college life, you […]
Freshman orientation may very well be one of the strangest weeks of your life. What can you expect? Orientation programs vary from school to school, but here are some basic things you will probably encounter. There is also a list of survival tips at the end of the post! Residence Hall Move-In The time has […]
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was my college search. Finding the perfect college is certainly a formidable task, but in the end it is one of the most rewarding ordeals you will ever have to endure. When you open the friendliest of acceptance letters, all of the […]