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Jack Milgram

Author's biography

I have been interested in writing since I made the acquaintance of pen and paper. My first letters were really funny, and my mom still keeps them as mementoes. However, as soon as I learned how to write words, I started forming them into sentences. And do you know what my first sentence said? “I love my words”. It was written so ineptly that it looked more like “I love my weird”. When I was younger and played in a band I also started writing poems, but to be honest, prose is much easier for me and I’m doing much better focusing on exactly that. I started writing, but often left unfinished, many of my essays at school, as well as my researches at college, where I studied psychology and education. I started freelance writing when I was a student. I have never found sitting in an office appealing, and a world traveler is actually my true alter-ego. That is why freelancing was my career solution. And now, here you are, reading my tips and guidance for my favorite occupation while I am actually doing what I love all over the world.

Recent posts by Jack Milgram

Essay on Why I Want to Become a Teacher

Teacher calls student

Some people know which profession to choose from their earliest days of childhood, while others make their decision much later in life.

However and whenever you came to it, you have an excellent chance to tell about your decision in an essay on “why I want to become a teacher.

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How to Make Your Summer Count: Top Productivity Tips

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Summer is just around the corner! Trips to the beach, fruity cocktails, and months of relaxation may sound divine to some people.

But if you’re one of those people who hate wasting their time and are eager to be productive and make this summer count, this article is just the right place for you.

First things first:

There are several habits you’ll need to learn to ditch to have a productive summer.

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How to Make the Best of College: Classes, Relationships, and More

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The move from high school to college often entails a transition from a sheltered life at home to one with much more responsibility and independence.

Finding yourself surrounded by strangers and without the comfort of friends and family to fall back on can be a stressful experience for even the most outgoing of people. And if you’re shy or prone to anxiety, it may very well seem like one of your worst nightmares.

On top of that, add the stress of balancing a full class load with a decent social life and perhaps even a romantic relationship—and you may find yourself stretched to your very limit.

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How to Balance Work and Studies – Advice for Students

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For many students these days, working at least part time is an inevitable part of the college experience.

The cost of tuition has risen so dramatically over the last several decades and the recent economic crisis has wiped out the savings of so many families that any financial help is vital.

But how do you successfully balance work and education?

Assuming that you have any choice in what kind of job to accept, let’s consider how to hold a job with the least negative impact on your studies.

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