• Travel

    Visiting the Scottish Highlands

    I’ve always wanted to visit the Scottish highlands. Seeing the Highland landscapes on tv or in movies makes me go “ah I want to go there someday”! Well now that I’m living so much closer I had to make sure I made it there. So when I had the opportunity to take a three day trip, I couldn’t say no. I was finished classes for the term so I decided it would be my break before getting into studying for my exams. Loch Lomond Our first stop after getting into the highlands was Loch Lomond. Loch Lomond is a beautiful loch (Scottish for lake) located within the Loch Lomond and…

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    Sunday Morning French Toast

    French toast is super easy to make and a great way to use up bread that is starting to go stale. This French toast has a bit of sugar in the egg mixture which adds a bit of sweetness and helps you get a crispy golden crust on the outside. What kind of bread should you use? The best kind of bread to use is something like a thick sliced French bread. You get a nice fluffy piece of French toast the is soft on the inside with a crisp outside. That being said, you can use any type of bread to make French toast. My family often uses regular…

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    School & Organization

    How To Make a Study Schedule

    The amount of material you need to know for exams can often be overwhelming. Trying to figure out what to study, and when, especially when you have multiple exams to write is stressful. Having a study schedule can keep you organized and help you feel more prepared. However, even making a study schedule can sometimes be overwhelming in itself. These are my steps to making an exam study schedule. This post is all about how to make your own exam study schedule. I usually start with a schedule like this about a month out from exams. 1. Make a list of what you need to study Start by making a…