All posts of Sabrina Leung

Need some motivation and tips for exam and finals preparation? We are here to help! Here are a bunch of posts that cover everything from handling exam stress and anxiety, test-taking hacks, making exam schedules to taking notes for exams!

Series: Top Tips for Exam and Tests

Hello December! To students, this awesome month means only two things – the first one is Christmas (obviously, because who isn’t excited for Christmas), and second – finals. I know, I am really sorry that I have to remind you again of it, but that’s the whole point of this blog right? We are here […]
Thinking about what gifts and presents to get for your stationery addict friends or other students? This gift guide is perfect for you! It covers all the cute school and office supplies that you will love!

8 Gift Ideas for Students and Stationery Addicts + November Haul

I am so excited for this week’s post! I haven’t been posting a lot about stationery recently (I think the last one I did was in February!). Since I have just received a huge package from a local store of all the stationery I got online, I decide to share with you all these great stuff! […]
Learn the 7 steps to forming good and healthy habits by reading this infographic! Get to know how you can develop study habits of successful people and students by reading this infographic! || 7 Steps to Developing Good Habits - Students Toolbox

7 Steps To Developing Good Habits

Do you ever struggle with being consistent, and getting motivated to study? Somehow, studying well, or being motivated to study, means you get into a regular habit of studying. I have previously introduced some great study habits that you should keep in order to succeed in school. Now, this is an infographic on the ways of […]
Get the FREE CHECKLIST PRINTABLE on textbook reading strategies and tips for college, high school, middle school students! - I talked about how to utilize SQ3R and make reading notes here || 4 Steps to Reading Your Textbook Effectively and Efficiently from Students Toolbox

4 Steps to Reading Your Textbook Effectively and Efficiently

Reading is definitely a huge part of learning, and there are almost no ways to avoid reading in college. If you are taking arts and humanity subjects, you will definitely understand the need of reading textbooks efficiently. By reading efficiently, it doesn’t mean fast only. It means you have to use the minimum amount of […]
How I Balance College, Work, Blogging And Social Life

How I Balance College, Work, Blogging And Social Life

This semester, I am taking up one part-time paid intern at an HR consultancy, a part-time intern at an NGO for university credits, one research assistant position, and of course, blogging. Oh, and did I forget to mention college? So if we are not counting social life, I am taking up 5 commitments. And I […]
How To Best Prepare For An Interview

How To Best Prepare For An Interview

[This is #6 of Get Your Dream Job Series: How To Prepare For Interviews] We face a lot of interviews as we grow up, whether it is a school/college interview, a job interview, or an interview for some particular committees or activities. While there are a lot of interview tips and tricks talking about how […]
How To Develop Your Study Skills

How To Develop Your Study Skills [Infographic]

 The ideal situation when it comes to studying is to aim for ‘working smarter, not harder’. While this can be easier said than done, there are a number of methods that can be applied and tips that can be taken on board to assist with developing a student’s study skills. One of the major things […]
10 Unusual Jobs That Pay Surprisingly Well

10 Unusual Jobs That Pay Surprisingly Well [Infographic]

[This is #5 of Get Your Dream Job Series: Unusual Well-Paid Jobs] When asked what children would want to be when they grow up, the common answer that they would usually give is that they want to become engineers, lawyers or doctors. This has been the case for a long time as we were taught […]
How I Use OneNote For Life And School Organization

How I Use OneNote For Life And School Organization

Ever since from high school, I have tried using multiple note-taking systems and software, including the most popular ones out there like Notability, Evernote, OneNote etc. Right now, I am using OneNote mostly for my school and learning notes, as well as life organization. I use Evernote for blog and work. Having gone through briefly […]
How to Get Your CV Seen By Recruiters

How to Get Your CV Seen By Recruiters [Infographic]

[This is #3 of Get Your Dream Job Series: How To Get Your CV Seen] Having talked about some mistakes you should avoid when making a CV, and things you may add to your CV, now the question is, really, how to get your CV seen? A recruiter, especially those in well-known companies and firms, receives […]