10 #CollegeHacks To Make Your JCC Life a Breeze

I’m sure many of us know about the #LifeHacks that have been making their statement across various social medias. If you haven’t heard of them, they are unique tips that many websites (including http://1000lifehacks.com/) use to simplify the things in life we don’t normally think about. Here are a few examples from 1000 Life Hacks:

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They aren’t complicated ideas, and they’re simply fascinating! There are thousands of entertaining #LifeHacks out there, just waiting for people like you to take advantage of their knowledge. So I took it upon myself to create ten innovative and valuable tips for Jamestown Community College Students like the ones seen above. Naturally, I call them #CollegeHacks.

My #LifeHacks inspired list, #CollegeHacks:

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Learning new things that make life a little easier is an enlightening experience. I wish I’d known all of the above #CollegeHacks before I entered JCC my freshman year! However, whether you learn the hard way (like I did) or the easy way, at least we all learn something new in the end. That’s what college is all about.

All statistics and information was found on Jamestown Community College’s webpage: https://www.sunyjcc.edu/. For even more great #CollegeHacks, check out JCC’s College Life Hacks board on Pinterest.

 

About the author

Taylor Kickbush

Aspiring fashion journalist, freelance photographer, and lover of running-my name is Taylor Kickbush. Being a 19-year-old sophomore at Jamestown Community College, I find it hard to believe that my associate’s degree in communication is in sight and adulthood rests just beyond the horizon. At this point in my college career, I have discovered that JCC offers wonderful opportunities to create friendships and network with valuable career professionals from (literally) around the globe! As a prospective internship awaits my attendance in London, England this spring, I plan to trek the UK and represent JCC with all of the workplace etiquette its classes have taught me. Every day I feel one leap closer toward successfully achieving my dreams, and one day I hope you can say the same. In closing, I thank all those who read these words as I write about the everyday obstacles we all hurdle on the route to our becoming who we want to be.