There are two types of “packers” in the world: those who pack days in advance and those who do it the night before. Independent of when you start packing, the goal is the same — to show up wrinkle-free for a memorable first impression. Use the following techniques to make sure your clothes arrive as ready as you are.
With Thanksgiving approaching, I cannot help but chuckle at how my family decided to plan our holiday meal last year. Instead of the traditional homemade turkey, mashed potatoes and gravy, we ordered eight individual meals from Blue Apron. Initially, the idea was strange to me, but everyone thought it would be convenient, allowing us to save hours in the kitchen.
It’s Monday morning. You roll over in bed and hear the alarm clock going off. At 6 a.m., there is nothing you’d rather do more than hit the snooze button and go back to sleep. We all know how this story ends because we all have likely been there: You keep hitting “snooze” and then end up running late. Starting the mornings off on the wrong foot can affect your productivity all day. Here are six ways to help you get out of bed on time.
You have worked your entire college career with the hopes of getting that phone call or letter in the mail that tells you those three magic words: You are in. If you are anything like I was after being accepted to dental school, you are over the moon. Here are the three things I wish I knew before starting dental school:
Technology enhances our ability to study by improving the way we interact with peers and share information. Using these apps to help make studying more efficient and organized, as well as to collaborate with my classmates, has helped my exam preparation and changed the way I study the challenging material in dental school.
Starting a business isn’t easy, but if you know that one day, you want to work for yourself, you have to begin planning now. Here are some essentials to keep in mind as you are building your business.
So you did not do as well as you had hoped on the Dental Admissions Test (DAT), but it’s not the end of the world. With proper preparation and a good attitude, you can redeem yourself. If you are planning to retake the DAT, pay attention to these lessons.