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How to Survive Freshman Year as an Art Student: 26 Practical Tips
 

How to Survive Freshman Year as an Art Student: 26 Practical Tips

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Learn practical tips on how to survive freshman year and learn to manage your health, take care of your priorities, choose your subjects, and more!

Learn practical tips on how to survive freshman year and learn to manage your health, take care of your priorities, choose your subjects, and more!

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    How to Survive Freshman Year as an Art Student: 26 Practical Tips How to Survive Freshman Year as an Art Student: 26 Practical Tips Presentation Transcript

    • Tips about… •Taking care of your health •Managing your schedule and priorities •Choosing subjects •Dealing with school work
    • Taking care of your health When you're living in a dorm, learn how to prepare healthy home-cooked meals. Do not rely on fast food, pre-heated meals, or food loaded with unnatural sugar and preservatives.
    • Taking care of your health Beat the Freshmen 15 - become a member of a nearby gym so you can manage your health, stress, and even your sleeping habits. Here's a list of awesome tips to maintain your health and fitness in college.
    • Taking care of your health Never deprive your body of sleep! Always find time to get some rest to prevent your body from crashing down. Here are awesome tips on how to sleep better and smarter at LifeHacker. It might also help if you use this bedtime calculator to find out what time you should sleep to wake up on your preferred time.
    • Taking care of your health Do not take prescription drugs to aid you with your studying, regardl ess of what people say.
    • Taking care of your health Moderate intake of coffee is good. According to the New York Times, four 5-ounce cups of coffee or one Starbucks venti-size coffee helps stave off cancer, dementia, and mild cognitive impairment (the precursor to Alzheimer's). That, and it helps you stay awake during classes.
    • Taking care of your health Since you will be spending time together with your roommate, learn how to co-exist with him or her, at the very least. Even better, set ground rules with your roommates so both of you will know how act in the dorm without stepping on each other's toes.
    • Taking care of your health Familiarize yourself with the campus by walking around during your free time. This also lets you get some much-needed exercise.
    • For the complete article, go to http://bit.ly/howtosurvivefreshm anyear for the complete article.