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Andy Preisler

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Hey there!

I’m Andy Preisler, and I’m super happy to be joining the blog team at!

While I hail from Fayetteville, Arkansas (I know, not the most progressive state!), I left the Southern life behind me many years ago when I went to college for my first degree. I’ve received it in University of Arkansas, Fayetteville and I’m really proud of this. Since then, I have studied in the U.S., and later on, continued my education in Loughborough University, UK, where I actually my second Bachelor’s Degree along the way.

With my perpetual studies (my parents wonder if it will ever stop), I have become a bit of an expert on college life – academic, social, and financial – and love sharing my experiences and my methods of “circumventing the system” with others.  I will be sharing all of these great tips and strategies with my readers, so stay tuned!

When I am not blogging or enrolling in some new course that interests me, I am backpacking through Europe and staying in hostels, working on my second novel (a riveting murder mystery), and pursuing my interest in music. Yes, I travel with my guitar, and you would be amazed at the amount of cash I can accumulate, just performing on the streets of European cities (they are so much more tolerant of vagabond musicians). 

My other passion is environmental. In my short 27 years of life on this planet, I have witnessed the extinction of species, the destruction of rain forests, and irreparable harm to our oceans. I contribute both time and money to several international environmental organizations, because we all must do our part to save Mother Earth.

But I digress! If you are interested in the “ins and outs” of college life, and want some great tales of navigating through the game of “degree attainment,” as well as tips for easing the pain of those pesky essay and paper assignments, follow my blog!

I would love to hear from you, to give you advice, and to lend a listening ear. You can contact me at anytime! And follow my posts – you won’t be disappointed!

My Articles

Content leading the team grabmyessay

Many of you will one day be in the position, or are in the position of leadership. Although being in charge can be exciting and fulfilling economically, if you do not possess the skills to keep that position, you can easily be derailed from it by those who work under you.

Content things to knowbefore starting a blog

So, you want to start your own blog. That’s a big undertaking if you are going to do it right, and there are several important steps you will need to take to get it up and running. Define Your Purpose Why are you starting a blog? Are you promoting interest and providing information to individuals who share a passion of yours? If this is the case, will you be writing just for the benefit of others without any goal of making money?

Content useful gadgetsforstudents

This is not your parents’ schooling experience – loaded down with textbooks, spiral notebooks, a large cache of pens, pencils, and highlighters. You get to travel much lighter and work much faster these days, because of all of the new gadgets made especially for students. Check out these great devices that will make your student life so much easier.

Content 10 creative ways to success in your career

It’s never too early to think about your career path. You may or may not have declared your major and you may be considering several options. But there are some things you can do now no matter what career path you ultimately choose. And then once you have made your final selection, there are additional ways to “get an edge” on the competition.

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Your parents, your friends, and the internet all have one thing in common. If you are looking for a job, they probably have lots of bad advice. This is because there are generational differences that made your parents’ job search experience much different than yours, your friends probably don’t understand the nuances of looking for a job in your field, and the internet is simply the internet.