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Life Hacks: How to Break The Cycle of Procrastination

Life Hacks: How to Break The Cycle of Procrastination

Again and again, students tell me that time gets away from them with too much to do and not having enough time to do it all. Then, with feelings of discouragement, procrastination fever hits people like a freight train. Before long, late-night cram sessions follow...
Pursuing Your Dreams: The True Key To Success

Pursuing Your Dreams: The True Key To Success

A wise man once said, “Our truest life is when we are in dreams awake.” As teens, many of us do not completely know what we want to pursue as a career in the future. I am one of those teens, and the idea of this completely freaks me out! I mean, it is one of the most...
How Reading More Helps Increase Literacy – A 5-Step Journey

How Reading More Helps Increase Literacy – A 5-Step Journey

Schools and libraries never fail to remind us one thing: reading more. Whether you’re an athlete or artist, teacher or student, the literary world is full of material that begs to be explored! Of course, this doesn’t mean that it’ll be easy; however, the journey is...
How to Beat Summer Laziness

How to Beat Summer Laziness

Summer is, no doubt, the most fun time of year. Our dreaded morning alarms no longer ring and the all-nighters end. Rather than stick our head in prep books, days at the beach and hangouts with friends take up our days. Instead of binge-watching Fiveable videos, we...
Climate Action: It’s Now or Never!

Climate Action: It’s Now or Never!

A World in Peril Today, we face a difficult truth. At our current rate, the world as we know it will soon cease to exist. Already, students have massed in protest and have skipped class to draw attention to the most pressing issue in our society today: climate change....
Freshman Year: A Place for the Fish

Freshman Year: A Place for the Fish

“This article is a part of Fiveable’s Field Notes series. Field Notes is a collection of articles curated by students and teachers from around the world detailing their academic experiences.” The chasm between high school and middle school is huge...