Life

For the Working Woman | Festive Favorites

I am home and finals are over. Victorious as I emerged from the ashes, I have been fully embracing the 25th Hour Lifestyle. It had me thinking about the gifts for the most ambitious women in my life so here is your guide for the Working Woman. You know the Working Woman. She’s always on… Continue reading For the Working Woman | Festive Favorites

Life

For the 10 Friends You Have in College | Festive Favorites

Finals are here, we are drowning. Did you forget that it’s also the last week that you’ll see the people getting you through them? Here are cheap (and Amazon Prime-able!) gifts for those 10 friends you have in college. T-minus 5 days (and 4 finals) to Winter Break. Call me crazy, but it may have… Continue reading For the 10 Friends You Have in College | Festive Favorites

25th Hour

The 15 Min Stanford Study Hack To Get You That A

Finals have returned and I can already sense the impending doom. This summer, I read about a study hack that in just 15 minutes could be the difference between a B+ and an A. So this finals season, I am putting it to the test, and hopefully so can you! Finals week is arguably the… Continue reading The 15 Min Stanford Study Hack To Get You That A

Life

For the Health Nut | Festive Favorites

The holidays are upon us and I could not be more excited. From now until Christmas, there will be a bonus post every Monday! I know with my busy schedule I barely have time to go to the mall, so these are my online shopping Gift Guides. This week we’re kicking it off with goodies… Continue reading For the Health Nut | Festive Favorites

Life

A Beginner’s Guide to Calling Your Representatives

It has been a year since Hillary lost the election, and those last twelve months have been eye opening to say the least. It was the first election I had a chance to vote in, and I got really excited about the race up and down the ballot. So when the election ended, I was… Continue reading A Beginner’s Guide to Calling Your Representatives

25th Hour

Is Perfectionism Killing Your Productivity?

Last week, I had midterms in all of my classes. More than a week of sleeping about four and a half hours a night left me feeling a little disenchanted with my work and the life of the grind. Now that I’m getting my grades back, they aren’t substantially better than the ones I’ve gotten… Continue reading Is Perfectionism Killing Your Productivity?

Wellness

I Tried Only Cooking Pinterest Meals

In this week’s installation of will Rosana ever be able to feed herself, I try to make only meals I found on Pinterest. I may never be a Pinterest mom (shocking, I know), but did I at least learn a new recipe? Maybe. This was not my first attempt at meal planning. I have a… Continue reading I Tried Only Cooking Pinterest Meals

25th Hour

“Reading” for Class: How to Get Through those 300 Pages/Week in 2 Hours

In the wake of formal recruitment, it has been a week of very little time and so much work. Of course, this was the ideal week for my professors to decided to add an extra 300 pages of required reading to prepare for class. Over the last couple years of weeks like this, I’ve picked… Continue reading “Reading” for Class: How to Get Through those 300 Pages/Week in 2 Hours

25th Hour

What’s in My Bag: Back to School Edition

T-minus 5 days to school starting and its starting to get real. Although I've been back on campus all week, I'm taking this weekend to get settled into my routine. Since I live so far away from campus, I have to fit an entire day worth of supplies into my bag every day so here… Continue reading What’s in My Bag: Back to School Edition

25th Hour

7 Questions Every College Student Should Ask Themselves Before the New School Year

September has arrived, and with a school on the quarter system, I'm using my last couple weeks to start getting ready for the new school year! I've found that doing an end of quarter review is really helpful in the process of achieving those goals so before I make the new list, these are the… Continue reading 7 Questions Every College Student Should Ask Themselves Before the New School Year