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Life of AD - Sharing My College Experiences and Other Interesting Stuff!

When You Need A Listening Ear

As a college student, I have had my fair share of experiences and thoughts that have shaped me into the person I am today. I created this blog to share my journey and help others who may be going through similar experiences. If you ever need a listening ear, I am here for you.

Helpful Websites

  • Here are some websites that I have found helpful in my own life journey:- 
  • Stack Overflow ( A question and answer platform for programmers. It's a great resource for troubleshooting, finding solutions, and learning from other developers.

  • GitHub ( A web-based platform for version control and collaboration that hosts millions of open-source projects. It's a hub for developers to share, contribute, and discover code.

  • Medium ( A popular publishing platform with a vast range of articles and blog posts on various tech topics. Many industry experts and developers share their insights and knowledge here.

  • Evernote ( A note-taking and organization tool that helps students keep track of lectures, assignments, and research notes. It allows for easy synchronization across devices.

  • These websites cover a range of topics and interests within the tech industry, offering valuable resources, news, and insights for college students and techies.

Some useful Organisations

  1. National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (NASFAA): NASFAA is an organization that provides information and resources on financial aid, scholarships, and student loans. They offer guidance on navigating the financial aspects of college.

  2. National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE): NACE offers resources and support for college students regarding career development, job search strategies, and internships. They provide valuable insights and networking opportunities.

  3. National Society of Collegiate Scholars (NSCS): NSCS is an honor society that recognizes and supports high-achieving college students. They offer scholarships, leadership development, and networking opportunities.

  4. American College Health Association (ACHA): ACHA focuses on promoting and improving the health and well-being of college students. They provide resources, research, and information on mental health, physical wellness, and campus safety.

  5. Society of Women Engineers (SWE): SWE is an organization that supports and empowers women in engineering and related fields. They offer networking opportunities, career resources, and advocacy for women in STEM.

  6. Association for Computing Machinery (ACM): ACM is an organization focused on advancing computing and technology. They provide resources, conferences, and publications for students pursuing careers in computer science and related fields.

  7. Phi Beta Kappa Society: Phi Beta Kappa is an academic honor society that recognizes and promotes excellence in the liberal arts and sciences. Membership is prestigious and signifies academic achievement.

  8. National Association for Campus Activities (NACA): NACA supports campus programming and student engagement. They offer resources, educational conferences, and networking opportunities for students involved in campus activities and leadership.

Books That Have Helped Me

  • These books have provided me with insights and inspiration on my own journey:- The Happiness Project by Gretchen Rubin- The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle- The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck by Mark Manson - Hyperfocus by Chris Bailey
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