By Luna Quinlan
“Work smarter, not harder.”
These wise words once belonged to my art teacher, and they still ring true for me today. I cannot say if it applies to your life, but I do know one thing. My own experience tells me there are no shortcuts to real success in school.
What you can do is to find few tricks to simplify the progress.
Here are some tips for you:
Luna Quinlan attends the Ontario College of Design and Art, aiming to finish her first year this summer. She cannot wait to immerse herself into the sculpture program! When she’s not busy advocating her educational needs, she can be found brainstorming ideas for the next sewing and pottery projects. She also writes pieces for Stir and her blog ‘Life Writes Itself’.
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