Zoos were originally created for the purpose of introducing people to animals they would not otherwise have come across. Over time, humans have developed new technology that has shaped the world in different, and not always beneficial ways. Humanity’s impact on the world has increased and with that has come the destruction of many habitats … Continue reading Are Zoos Helping Endangered Animals?
Creating life goals can be hard. But there is a way that can really help make these goals happen. S.M.A.R.T. Goals make goal constructing very easy. What does S.M.A.R.T. mean? Specific Measurable Achievable Relevant Time Bound There are questions that are asked under each letter of the acronym. These questions are asked to make organizing … Continue reading How S.M.A.R.T. Are Your Goals?
Last week, I presented to my class, a way to believe in yourself. What is it? Positive affirmations. Seems simple, and it is. Affirmations are positive, specific statements that help you to overcome self-sabotaging, or negative thoughts. They help you believe in, what you’re affirming to yourself, helping you to make positive changes to your … Continue reading Boost your happiness in 10 minutes
Sick of being a Procrastinator? Procrastination is defined in the dictionary as “the action of delaying or postponing something” otherwise known as being lazy. What’s the downside to it? Procrastinating will lead to a number of problems in your everyday life, some examples including: cramming, fatigue, lack of comprehension and poor effort along with decreased … Continue reading Stop Procrastinating, Procrastinator!
Any.do unleashes your smartphone’s organisation skills to its full potential. This app is perfect for students who need to create a to-do list. It also synchronize all tasks with other devices so that the list can be accessed from anywhere such as canvas. "I really liked how the app color coded different tasks although I … Continue reading Get ANYthing .DOne
technologypamphlet Technology today has become such a huge part of everyone’s lives. Growing up, I didn’t have technology to turn to when I was bored, or to keep me quiet while out in public. Today, you see children as young as one years old navigating devices. Every time I see this, it blows my mind. … Continue reading Technology & Negative Impacts On Today’s Children REACTION
Everywhere I look in the news I see things that mention or talk about climate change. And that’s been going on for awhile now, and even more so with the recent election. Climate change is a huge issue to voters and many people around the world. I feel like I have heard politicians for years … Continue reading If Climate Change is a Problem, Why Hasn’t It Been Fixed?
Life is overwhelming. With everything going on day to day, it becomes nearly impossible to remember it all. Freshman year was a big transition for me. The strategies I used in middle school were no longer working as the work load became heavier and responsibilities increased. My grades began to suffer and I had to … Continue reading Keeping Your Life Together, One List At A Time
It is my last month in high school, and as a final project for my English class, we did a project called WorkSmart. Our task was to think of a method to help ourselves and our classmates work more efficiently. Topics ranged from bullet-journaling to mono-tasking. Every single presentation was extremely helpful, and I wanted … Continue reading Accept a Compliment
One of the best tools I have ever used in high school is Grammarly. Grammarly is an online extension and website that helps correct grammar, spelling and other types of writing errors. I can’t begin to tell you the amount of mistakes that Grammarly has picked up for me, that GoogleDocs or Word didn’t. It has … Continue reading How to Not Fail an English Paper