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5 Secrets for Getting Up to Class, via Surviving College Life
We’ve all been there. There is just no way you’re going to get up at 6:00 to go to a boring class. Sadly, attending class isn’t optional. Surviving College Life gives you some tips for getting through that early morning class.

Just because you’re awake, doesn’t mean you’re productive. Do you take a while to really get going in the morning? WorkAwesome has some great tips to start your day off in the best mood.

Do you live an experimental lifestyle? Do people mock you for it? Does it really matter? Stefan, from Study Successful, posts about these troublesome questions.

In today’s global society, the ability to speak a foreign language is not only a useful asset, but one which many potential employers will actively seek out. It’s a pretty safe bet to say that you’ve had to study at least one language during your study. For me, I will be starting my fourth language other than English this year. But that doesn’t mean I’m fluent, or even able to carry a conversation, in any of the previous three. Zen Habits has a guest post about learning a language that you will need to use frequently.

Procrastination is the middle name of most students. Unfortunately, it can also be an annoying habit, and seriously affect your grades. Work Awesome has three great techniques for getting past this block.
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About Katie Walker

Hey, I'm a student. I'm into web development, so currently I'm working on my blog, a few Tumblr themes, and a few web apps for various purposes. It's exciting stuff.

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