Unlike most parts of the country, spring is a very unpredictable time for us in the deep south. Siri and Alexa may tell you one thing, then you get to your destination and it’s either too hot, too cold, or too wet. For us university students, this inconsistency can set a negative, or uncomfortable, tone to our day.
Although Texas is still uncooperative and going through a warm spell, it is never too early to prepare for winter. This season will take you by surprise, regardless of if you are new to the state, or if you were raised here. Winters are brutal, and more so here in Denton than anywhere else in the DFW area, as it can be roughly ten degrees colder… plus wind chill. Now is the time to invest in some winter pieces, before it is too late.
Here are five fashion hacks to endure this winter season without compromising your style:
One of the things that threw me off when school started this fall, were the lectures. Now, I am use to fast paced lectures and lessons because of AP courses that I took throughout high school, but that is nothing in comparison to the real deal. Here are some life hacks for taking notes in college:
So, if I haven’t mentioned it yet, I am recently going through the process of transitioning between looks. I am transitioning between my high school “girl next door” look, to something more professional, and mature, with a lot of neutral colors. So, that means a lot, a lot of shopping! I also am in the process of trying to become more independent, which means, many of the things I am buying is with my own hard earned money. So these are some tips on transitioning without going broke:
Naturally, there have been many times during the school year where I felt completely overwhelmed from my classes, the work load, and the excessive amount of time and effort to study and to do projects, etc. On top of all this, it didn’t really help that I lost interest, or was just too lazy, to maintain staying organized.