Baby, it’s cold outside! It’s the time of year where most people (aside from snowboarders, skiers, and energetic children) will be looking for ways to stay inside as much as possible. And what better way to find salvation from the bitter cold than snuggling up in a nice, warm blanket while wearing your favorite PJs? There are many ways families and individuals celebrate the holidays, but what are some of your favorite Christmas Eve traditions?
Summer’s not over yet. With plenty of time left for water sports, fun in the sun, and the upcoming Labor Day weekend, there’s no shortage of activities. As an added bonus, every four years we get a special treat in the form of the Summer Olympics. Right now, the Rio 2016 Summer Olympics are in full swing, and it’s the perfect time to proudly wear your support for the American teams. You also want a clothing line made to keep you cool and at ease during those hot summer days. If you’re looking for clothes that fit this description perfectly, Boxercraft has the answer for you.
Introducing our new Americana line, Boxercraft brings you a stylish selection of apparel just in time to cheer on the American Team in the 2016 Olympics. With trendy, unique logos all in patriotic red, white, and blue color palettes, showing off your American spirit never looked so good.
Greek life is one of the most memorable parts of going to college. As those who are part of a sorority know, it’s much different from what may be portrayed in movies or on television. Sororities are often devoted to different nonprofits and other organizations who, in turn, are devoted to making the lives of others better. In that way, sorority sisters spend their college years helping others.
Of course, these sororities are still comprised of college students. If there’s one thing most college students have in common, it’s the experience of spending thousands of dollars a year on education while simultaneously being broke. As such, there is not much money left to give to charity. That’s where fundraising comes in. By having events to raise money, you also get other students involved with your cause. Here are just a few fundraising ideas for your sorority this year.
Saturday mornings are a great respite for families. For many parents, it’s the beginning of a two-day break from work. And of course for kids, it’s a day where they don’t have to endure the grueling hours of school. It’s a time for getting some yard work done and playing team sports. However, when there are no sports to play and the lawn is trimmed, Saturdays are perfect for simply relaxing with the family.
Often, a vital component of relaxation is deciding whether or not to change into day clothes. While doing so prepares you to go out in the public, is there really anything better than spending the entire day in your favorite flannel bottoms? There are plenty of things you can do with your family on those lazy Saturday mornings when you can’t find it in yourself to change out of your jammies.
For many, springtime means lots of flowers, playing outdoors and soaking in the sun that seemed to go missing this winter. For college students, however, spring means one thing: Exams. In April, campuses across the nation seem to grow eerily silent and empty. Students are now spending every moment of free time in the library or in their dorms working on that paper worth half their grade, or trying to remember those tiny anecdotes their professors promised would be on the exam at the beginning of the semester.
When every class is demanding you study 20 hours a day to pass the exam, sometimes the best thing to do is cry it out. Let out all the stress and anger, clearing your head to actually prepare. Go ahead, let those tears flow. We can wait.
Okay, with that part out of the way, it’s time to jump headfirst into full study mode. Here are five tips to optimize your study time: