How to Make Your RA’s Life Easier

The following is a guest post by our friend Max Carter from Tales from Your Favorite RA. We personally love his style of a novel-esc writing so be sure to check his blog out! My name is Max Carter and I am an RA at a small college in Maine. I am often asked by […]

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The Flu to Not in 24 Hours!

It is flu season again. This is how I cured the flu in 24 hours: Multivitamins Take one multivitamin in the morning and if you are regularly taking multivitamins also half of one at night. Being deprived of vitamins will not help you get any better and vitamin C has been shown to make your […]

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Fun Energy Bar Recipes

Energy bars are great for munching on between classes, but they usually run upwards of $1 each. That can be a serious blow to any student’s budget so here are some recipes to make your own: Classic Energy Bars Materials: 3 cups wheat cereal 1/2 cup chopped nuts (walnuts or other) 1/2 cup chopped pitted […]

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Stay on Budget During the Tough Economy

I hate budgets. As easy as it is to shop online nowadays, one of the toughest things to do is to stay on budget. It seems however that at times budgets are a necessary tool to help us from spending too much money. Here are some ways you can budget that I have had success […]

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Firefox Shortcuts to Use to Save Time During Boring Lectures

Here are some smart shortcuts to use in your Firefox to save you some time. Some of them take a little getting used to, but it will seriously make you twice as productive at being unproductive by browsing the web. I have bolded the shortcuts I find most useful. ctrl+t : new tab middle mouse […]

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