Procrastination is unavoidable in college and it is definitely a monster to defeat when it comes time to study for finals. I attempted to use productivity apps back in school and while I found uses for them, after a few weeks use, I would completely forget they even existed on my phone. It’s tough to make a habit of using these apps, but when you get into a steady routine they can be extremely helpful in keeping you organized and making your life a lot easier. The apps I mention in this post are a few that I use
I graduated from college a month ago and even though my postgraduate life has just begun, I have realized that what I did over the course of the past four years can never be replicated. The point of this blog post is not to be nostalgic, but to share some advice for incoming or current college students. I will try not to sound cliché like every commencement speech you hear, but I will warn you that it is bound to happen at some point during this blog post. Hopefully, some college student will get something out of this, or at
Connor Phillips is a Senior Marketing Analyst located in New York City. He enjoys digging into data and making data-driven marketing decisions. In his spare time he bartends, works on coding and loves to run.