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5 Time Management Tips for Finals Week

5 Time Management Tips for Finals Week

Finals week isn't much fun, but everyone in college has to do it. To make finals week a little easier on yourself, manage your time more effectively this semester. Schedules, planning, and good sleep will help you get through this frustrating week and on to that wonderful school break.

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Storing Your Stuff for Summer Break

Storing Your Stuff for Summer Break

The semester is winding to a close, and you're looking forward to spending the summer in your hometown with your parents. There is only one problem: What do you do with all of your stuff? Throughout the school year, you might have accumulated more than you can take back to your parents' house with you. You can't stay in your dorm room for the summer, or your new lease doesn't overlap with your current one. Either way, you've got a window of time where you have nowhere for your stuff to go.. Use the following tips to help you store your stuff this summer.

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How to Deal With Your Shoes in a College Space

How to Deal With Your Shoes in a College Space

Glamour Magazine found that the average woman will spend $25,000 on shoes in her lifetime! At any given time, the average woman owns 19 pairs of shoes. According to another estimate, women own 27 pairs of shoes on average, while the average man owns 12 pairs. If you're like other people who can't get enough of the latest footwear fashions, but you live in a college dorm, you might find yourself struggling to deal with all those fabulous sneakers, heels, penny loafers, and non-slip work shoes. The following tips might be just what you need to get your foot wardrobe under control.

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How Much Stuff Do You Actually Have?

How Much Stuff Do You Actually Have?

Do you ever feel like you're drowning in stuff, things, knickknacks, and other miscellany? It is far too easy to collect clutter. Before you know it, you could be up to your ears in belongings that you don't actually need! If that sounds familiar, you're far from alone. It's quite shocking how much stuff humans collect.

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5 Important Tips for Moving Furniture Safely and Efficiently

5 Important Tips for Moving Furniture Safely and Efficiently

Time to move? Whether you've recently earned your degree and you're moving into your first apartment, or you're just storing your stuff over summer break, moving can be a challenge — particularly if you have a lot of furniture. To make relocating your furniture as easy and pain-free as possible, use the following tips.

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4 Amazing Storage Products for Your Dorm Room

4 Amazing Storage Products for Your Dorm Room

When you move into a dorm or apartment, you face one major challenge: How to keep your place neat and your stuff organized. You've unpacked all your belongings from the boxes in which they arrived, and now you're just hoping you don't drown under the mountain of things you've dragged with you to college.

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Guide to Dorm Life in Colorado

Guide to Dorm Life in Colorado

Whether you're attending school in Colorado from out of state or you're a native Coloradan, adjusting to dorm life at college can take time. Knowing what to expect from the weather, ski opportunities, and academia will help you prepare for your first semester.

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