5 Christian Playlists for College Students

I am SO excited to introduce you all to a snazzy girl and fellow Rebecca that I actually met over my twitter account: Bekah Joy! She is totally into Christian music, and I’ve been wanting to find some great Christian songs to jam out to so when she pitched this idea to me for a post I was super excited! These songs are catchy, refreshing, and rejuvenating, so sit back, relax, and enjoy! 

I truly believe music feeds the soul. Sounds crazy right? Well it’s definitely not! There’s just something about music, and more specifically Christian music, that hits my soul and I can almost hear God talking to me. There’s such a variety of songs that work for so many things. That’s why I made some playlists for different times that us college students go through!

Homeschooling to College

Hey, lovely ladies! I’m extremely busy this month, and in order to have enough time to maintain my mental health I’ve decided to let others make my points for me a few days this month, and today it’s my sister’s turn!

In case you don’t know, my sister, Katie Gregoire, is a YouTuber who talks about everything the Christian teen/college student wants to know about! She’s funny, insightful, and uber-cute, so you all should check her out here!

To get an idea of what her channel is like, I’m sharing one of her videos today, which I’m SUPER excited to do! I just know you’re going to love her channel.

5 Reasons You Should Learn to Cook in your 20s

Hey everyone! Today I’ve got a guest blogger here, Kate Robertson from A Thought and a Half! She going to write today about why cooking in your 20s is awesome and something we all need to learn how to do! I love the post, and hope you will, too! Enjoy!

I’ve always loved being in the kitchen. As a kid, I was always willing to help my mom with whatever she was cooking or baking. She liked having an extra hand and I liked watching and learning what I could. If I’m being honest, though, I was only helping so I could lick the bowl.

As I got older, I started to appreciate cooking so much more. In college, I looked forward to moving to an apartment for the sole reason of having an actual kitchen and not having to use my dorm’s hall kitchen. (Okay, I looked forward to an apartment for other reasons, too, but the kitchen was definitely at the top.) My junior year of college, I got my kitchen and the fun began.

10 Quick & Easy Snack Ideas for Students

I love snacks, and I honestly don’t think I’d make it through the day without them. Over the last year, too, I’ve found some of my best snack ideas yet!

I like to lift, so I usually start my day at 7:30 with a workout, and I find that when I do I’m hungry the rest of the day! Last year, I’d often just go to the convenience store and just pick up a little bag of popcorn (it’s my kryptonite) or some M&Ms but I realized (a) how much money I was wasting and (b) that it was very counter-productive to do a great workout and then shove processed crap into my body.

So I started making my own snacks at home, and ones I could make in bulk! I am the laziest cook you will ever meet–I love meals that I can make triple the batch of and freeze in individual containers for lunches for the next two weeks, and so if I’m going to put the time and energy into making snacks it better be quick, easy, and able to be made in bulk. This isn’t going to be a recipe for any of these ideas, because there are so many wonderful ones already, so I’ll just link to some of my favourites!

11 Money Saving Tips for College Students

As a college student, I’m always trying to find new money saving tips, since I am also feeling the whole “I’m in college and I’m broke” stress.

The funny thing is, though, that once I started looking I found so many! On top of that, most of these tips also promote green-living, which is a double-bonus in my book!

None of us have much money in college, let’s be real. The question is, then, how you can minimize debt. And the answer is through smart spending!

The best part is, spring smart is a lot easier than it sounds. Here are some ways you can spend smarter to save more.