The Study Break: A Weekly List of Our Favorite Distractions

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In many countries, there is a sense of pride found from not only preparing, but serving homemade meals. It’s a right of passage for many young people, as well as a symbol of self-reliance and knowledge. Check-out HackCollege for ways you can not only save money, but burn calories, all while buying your own groceries!

If you spend hours a day doing things for others, you should ideally take the time to do something for yourself. CommunityCollegeSuccess offers tips on incorporating exercise into your daily routine – all while improving your grades!

TheCollegePrepster is supporting Sseko Designs, stating, “The mission of the company is to help break the cycle of poverty in Uganda.” Now, if that’s not a cause worth fighting for, I don’t know what is!

Thinking about a trip to Western Europe? Head over to StudentRenter – they’re offering a few travel tips for college students planning to celebrate their summer, or graduation, by traveling throughout Europe.

HigherNext helps you answer the tougher questions in the application process. Head over to gain helpful insight into the question every employer asks: Why Should We Hire You?

 

Bianca Williams is a member of The National Society of Collegiate Scholars and works as an NSCS Social Media Intern and Ambassador. She is also a University of Arizona graduate student pursuing a Master of Arts in English as a Second Language. She seeks to combine her life and work experiences in pursuit of a career in Teaching and Social Media/Freelance writing. All of her musical tastes and influences come from her life experiences, world travels and the amazing people who have shared their lives with her along the way. Follow her on Twitter @biancadene.

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