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Life Hacks grad school
[February 7, 2016 – 11:14 am]
Life Hacks grad school

EAST LANSING, Mich. — Just six months after launching, a virtual forum started by a group of Michigan State University graduate students has become the first of its kind to contract with a leading higher-education publication. GradHacker.org was started by grad students Katy Meyers and Alex Galarza to help their cohorts “hack” grad school one blog post at a time. The blog is now an official partner of the higher-education publication, Inside Higher Ed. “There are university-based grad blogs and there are academic ones, but there wasn’t anything on a broad scale talking about…

Life Hacks to school
[February 4, 2016 – 01:57 pm]
Life Hacks to school

High School is three things: it’s crazy critical, it’s crazy challenging and it’s just plain crazy. Imagine. You’d have to learn languages you might never use in everyday life (like Spanish and the special language of catenaries and parabolas), understand what a vector and trajectory is, find out what oxygen looks like, becoming acquainted with Statistics, write essays, biographies, and heaps and heaps of lengthy single-spaced research papers, dissect an innocent bullfrog, and figure out what degree to get in college. All this while trying to get the hang of puberty, belonging…

Life Hacks for middle school girls
[February 3, 2016 – 08:48 pm]
Life Hacks for middle school girls

Middle school can be exciting and terror-inducing. For the youngster, middle school is a whole new experience. There is the challenge of staying organized, managing lockers, dressing down for PE, changing classrooms, and more homework. Yet, there are also new kinds of relationships to be formed and strengthened; youngsters begin to exercise more discretion in their choice of friends and activities. Altogether, it can be difficult for parents to help their child deal with this stage. Yet offering youngsters words that will help them face the reality of the situation they find…

Life Hacks for school wikiHow
[January 28, 2016 – 10:51 am]
Life Hacks for school wikiHow

Resist the urge to wash your face in the morning. Most dermatologists agree that it s not needed, as long as you washed it the night before. If you must wash your face, use a face cleanser made without soap: the harsh chemicals soap contains contribute to dry skin. Ad Apply a moisturizer or BB cream. You can choose between a moisturizer or a BB cream (which stands for “beauty balm”) if you want a bit more coverage. BB creams are a good choice for your every day makeup because it is moisturizing and light, but still provides some coverage. Use a small dab of product, about the…

Life Hacks for school students
[January 18, 2016 – 05:35 am]
Life Hacks for school students

Ever think about how much time you spend sitting down every day? Well more and more research is showing that regardless of how much you exercise, sitting too much can be very bad for your long-term health. So what are some life hacks to help college students move more and sit less? Read on for basic how to tips to keep you moving toward a healthier future. The facts about sitting How bad can sitting really be for college students or anyone? Jen Christensen wrote “” January 21, 2015, for cnn.com with the latest research. According to a new study conducted by the Annals of Internal…

School Life Hacks for kids
[January 15, 2016 – 03:29 am]
School Life Hacks for kids

The last days of summer often involve a feeling of dread that comes from trying to get the kids out of holiday mode. Here are 10 ways to help make a smooth transition to school routines. 1 Cover up Don’t get dressed until you’re seconds from walking out the door, or throw a bathrobe on over your clothes to protect them. This applies to parent and child. This way, no toothpaste remnants or breakfast bits will ruin school uniforms or suits. 2 Pack in some fun Take lunch-box packing to the next level. Slice an apple then put it back together with a rubber band to stop it from going…

Life Hacks night school
[January 14, 2016 – 03:21 am]
Life Hacks night school

A plain text editor to write your HTML Your web browser of choice to test your HTML A desire to beef up your knowledge of how the web works As you can see, it doesn t take much to get started. What Are Styles and CSS? CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheets, and it s the language your browser uses to interpret how elements on a web page should look. The CSS language is pretty easy to understand: You define specific CSS properties, which span everything from element dimensions (width and height), text (weight, style, font-type, color, etc.), positioning, and spacing (margins and…

Life Hacks for high school students
[January 11, 2016 – 10:55 pm]
Life Hacks for high school students

Daniel Soares (pictured leaving court on Tuesday), 17, of Commack, New York - who was the alleged mastermind in the Ferris Bueller-like stunt - was arrested on Tuesday along with two other students. They are accused of hacking into their district s computer system, changing students grades and schedules Authorities believe Soares attached a keylogger device to a school computer keyboard and allegedly stole passwords to access the system A police investigation revealed that at least two students grades had also been changed. Officials said Vaysman of Commack and Mosquera of…

Life Hacks For Back To school 2015
[October 1, 2015 – 08:45 am]
Life Hacks For Back To school 2015

September 23rd, 2015 by Yvonne Condes This is a sponsored post. School has already started in Los Angeles, and it’s shaping up to be an interesting year. My boys are suddenly grown up and much more independent. I have one son in middle school and another in fourth grade. They’re both responsible for getting ready in the morning, helping me make their lunches and packing their backpacks. If I try to micromanage by telling them what to wear or what to put in their backpack, they give me the “really, Mom?” look, and go about their business. Even though they think they’re so grown…

Life Hacks For Back To school Shopping
[July 27, 2015 – 09:57 am]
Life Hacks For Back To school Shopping

We’ve been getting a metaphorical avalanche of questions about what, specifically, to bring to your college classes. The metaphorical snow of asks is piling up outside our window, so we decided to get literal and write you a handy list of the items we use most in classes. Carrying The Weight 1. backpack | 2. minimalist backpack | 3. messenger bag | 4. large purse If you only have one or two classes that day or you don’t need to carry your books, you can get away with a larger purse or even just carrying your notebook. I switched between a backpack and a tote bag throughout the…

School Life Hacks for girls
[November 21, 2015 – 09:34 am]
School Life Hacks for girls

You know the scene: It s 6 a.m., you re snoozing until the last possible second you need to get up, and you definitely can t function until you ve had your first sip of coffee. Chances are, you re also struggling with your morning beauty routine — or lack thereof. If you re willing to skip important things — like a well-balanced breakfast or showering — just to catch some extra s, then the thought of waking up early to set the hot rollers is probably hilarious (or terrifying) to you. Well, you no longer have to choose between sleep and beauty. With some practical but life-changing…

Life Hacks for school organization
[September 22, 2015 – 04:22 pm]
Life Hacks for school organization

Tools like Evernote make organizing and finding information really simple. Yet despite that, I still often find myself using the humble notebook to jot down valuable ideas, especially when I’m on the go. However notebooks are hard to organize your ideas. You either split your notebook into several sections for each ‘category’ and end up wasting valuable pages in the quieter sections or you just write your ideas as they come along making them hard to find later on. If this sounds familiar then you are going to love this little hack I was taught here in Japan by a friendly salariman…

Life Hacks Back-to-School
[September 4, 2015 – 01:48 pm]
Life Hacks Back-to-School

Share tweet pin The new school year is coming. There s no escape, nowhere to hide! But you have this on your side: life hacks from veteran parents who really do know what they re talking about. TODAY We asked the TODAY Parenting Team to share tips and tricks for surviving back-to-school season, and they responded with all sorts of hacks, shortcuts and sanity-saving measures for the benefit of parents everywhere. We ve compiled a bunch of their great ideas here. Please feel free to join in this ongoing conversation by becoming a member of our team, and stay connected to TODAY…

Life Hacks school Edition
[November 3, 2015 – 08:00 am]
Life Hacks school Edition

1. Develop a Routine to Avoid Slacking Off Inevitably, you ll find a study pace that works for you and then you ll get lazy. But resist this temptation to slack off. If you do, this negative momentum will stick with you for your remaining years and your grades will fall. Instead of slacking off, develop a study routine. For example, plan on spending set hours of the day in the library. By developing stable habits, you ll avoid living in constant crisis mode when exams approach. 2. Use Hornbooks and Study Guides Hornbooks and study guides Distill the law into condensed versions…

Life Hacks for school YouTube
[October 7, 2015 – 11:56 am]
Life Hacks for school YouTube

According to Google Trends, August is the peak month for interest in the search term “back to school.” This is the case whether you look web search interest or just in the . It’s also the case for YouTube search interest or just in the . And it appears that YouTube search interest in “back to school” this August is already 16.3% higher worldwide and 7.5% higher in the U.S. than last August. So, who has owned the #1 ranking in YouTube for “back to school” this month? It’s been Bethany Mota. On Sunday, Aug. 16, I did a search on YouTube for “back to school” and the top organic…