How to Easily Create Your Semester Schedule in Google Calendar
In this video, I will show you how to import a list of events into the Google Calendar from a simple Excel spreadsheet. You will learn how to create a new calendar and import a list of events from an Excel spreadsheet. It saves tons of time on manually entering events that are similar into Google calendar. Download our Excel spreadsheet, add your events to it, and upload them into your Google calendar in minutes. Happy planning!
Top 10 Most Popular Online Shopping Sites for Students
Nowadays, online shopping is a hobby for many people. Overall, Americans spent $111.5 billion dollars online. This is 8.9 percent of total retail sales. Not surprisingly, younger people do a much higher portion of their shopping online than older population.
Where do students go for their online shopping? We surveyed 200 students and asked them about their favorite online shopping apps and websites. Here is a list of top 10 shopping places.
How to Easily Organize Your Calendar in My Study Life
My Study Life is exactly what you need to organize a busy studying schedule. It has several important advantages. The structure of the application is simple and user-friendly. It took me half an hour to install it and set up my study schedule for two subjects.
How To Understand and Empower An Introvert
Across all industries, prospects that are open, engaging, and sociable tend to be preferred by hiring committees. High demand for these traits are mostly bad news for introverts. Being stereotyped, introverts are often labeled as shy, indecisive, and remote. In this post, we would like to clear away some of the misconceptions about the main characteristics and behavioral patterns of introverts. In addition, we include several approaches for helping an introvert have a happier social life.
Top 10 Free Travel Apps for Planning Your Next Adventure
Who doesn’t like to travel? According to the U.S. Travel Association, spending by resident and international travelers in the U.S. averaged $2.7 billion a day, $113.1 million an hour, $1.9 million a minute, and $31,400 a second in 2016. People spent $683.1 billion on leisure travel, and $307.2 billion on business travel. U.S. residents had 1.7 billion trips for leisure purposes, and 457.4 million business trips in 2016.
Travel planning can be stress-free and fun with the help of technology. Luckily, there are apps that can assist you in all your travel needs, from booking a hotel to picking up a new language.
7 Tools to Reduce Distraction and Improve Concentration
Internet contains answers to any question. Social media are full of all kinds of information, from breaking news to Game of Thrones reviews and to hot celebrity gossip. It’s so easy to postpone what you’ve been working on, just because a friend just shared the most adorable cat video on Facebook.
How to Stop Procrastinating and Achieve More
Procrastination is defined as the behavior of voluntarily delaying an intended course of action despite the negative consequences of this delay. Someone who is procrastinating postpones the initiation or completion of a commitment until the last minute, until after a predetermined deadline, or indefinitely. Sounds familiar? As you can see, there is a variety of ways we can procrastinate.
7 Ways to Get Better Sleep
We spend roughly one-third of our lives sleeping. For something we do with such regularity, we know very little about sleep. Scientists have not yet fully figured out the exact functions of sleep. There are many theories about the role of sleep in our lives, as it appears to be a very complex and important process. In this TED Talk, a neuroscientist Russell Foster shares three reasons why we sleep and discusses how much sleep people generally need.
Top 7 Productivity Podcasts To Get The Most Out Of Your Commute
For all commuters out there, we put together a list of productivity podcasts that you can listen to while driving. Commute can take up a lot of time in our schedule. The average travel time to work in the United States is 26 minutes, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. If you commute 26 minutes in both directions 5 times a week, that adds up to a total of nine full days in a year spent traveling to work and back. As the economy continues to grow, daily commute time is likely to increase.