I can’t believe it’s time for another monthly rewind! This month was short and sweet and not much happened. Womp. Ryan and I celebrated Valentine’s Day (we went to dinner AND brunch #winning) and I passed my first Neuro exam! I’ve still been going to the gym a lot and have been lovinggggg my Fitbit. If you have one, feel free to add me!
Next week is my spring break and I can’t wait to spend a whole week relaxing/catching up on some schoolwork and blog stuff. I’ve also been trying to up my Snapchat game so if we aren’t friends already, be sure to add me and leave your username in the comments so I know who you are! My Snapchat name is kaylabaylala. Or you can click here to add me easily if you’re on mobile!
Favorite Posts From Around the Web
The 8 Best Time Management Tips for College Students (Coming Up Roses) — Erica gives some great tips for managing your time better! Did you ever consider how scheduling your courses back-to-back will increase your productivity?
How to Make the Most of Facebook Groups as a Blogger (Seashells + Sparkles) — Facebook groups were an integral part of my beginning success as a blogger. Rachel fills you in on her secrets to success and also shares her favorite blogging FB groups!
Assignment Calendar (Dani Dearest) — Dani shares an AMAZING printable assignment calendar on her blog (it’s a free download!) and it’s seriously beautiful.
Staying Healthy in College (Living the Gray Life) — Abigail shares her tips for maintaining a healthy lifestyle in college!
Style Your Desk (For $30 or Less!) (Cristina Was Here) — First of all, shout out to Cristina for launching a her new blog this month! It looks absolutely beautiful so you should check that out ASAP. Also, I loved this post about how to style your desk on the cheap. She has so many great tips to turn your desk into your happy place.
David & Goliath by Malcolm Gladwell — I read part of this book for my psychology class. I thought this book was really great at giving you a new perspective on things. It’s all about how underdogs have used their disadvantages to their advantage. Even though I only read a few chapters, I’d still recommend it!
I also am excited to announce that I finally started reading You by Caroline Kepnes so stay tuned for a review of that next month hopefully!