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22 Nov 2017

Tag: How to

Personal Finance, Student Life

How To Be A Starbucks Super-Saver with the App 

Coffee is an important part of life for many people. Our fascination with this black substance ranges from not being able to function without it in the morning to enjoying a cup of coffee occasionally with friends. In this post, I invite you to explore the Starbucks app. The app has several obvious benefits for Starbucks itself and for its customers.

Student Life

How to Eat Healthy When You Are Busy: A Guide for Students 

In this article, we list selected concepts that have a potential for a  significant effect on the overall well-being, and, at the same time, can be followed by everyone regardless of circumstance. Overall, thinking about eating habits on a long-term scale is a winning strategy. To check if an action would make a good habit, ask yourself if you would want to do it weekly for the next 5 years. Every day counts and every week is another chance to start treating your body with respect that it deserves for serving you so well.

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Student Life

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.

Productivity

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.

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Student Life

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.