Noticeboard 19 Jan
Noticeboard is back for another week, with six more links for you to devour.
So maybe stopping answering questions is a bit over the top, but there are plenty of valid points in this post from Study Successful. It also conveniently fits with the Habit of Mind: Remaining Open to Continuous Learning. How, you ask? Well, you’re just going to have to read it and find out.
How can you save money, eat healthier, and become better at preparing food, all at once? By taking a pack lunch to school, of course. College Advice Blog posted a quick tip about it earlier this week.
Your image is important, despite what many people will tell you. Stefan Knapen explores a rather personal issue, and then brings it together with a list of tips for managing your image. A good read for anyone struggling with how other people see them.
Dumb Little Man has a quite sarcastic post about approaching your goals, which is timely, as you’ve probably given up at least one or two New Years Resolutions by now. If you haven’t, you can mock all those who have because of these excuses.
You probably spend hours at the computer desk, doing homework, keeping up with your social life, and reading blogs. Aside from making you anti-social, this sort of lifestyle can have some detrimental effects on your health. WorkAwesome has five exercises to help improve your fitness at the desk.
We’ve talked about attendance and punctuality before, but WorkAwesome has some more tips for getting to places on time, instead of 15 minutes late.