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Helpful App of the Day!

I feel as though I come across an app related article every other day. Typically reading the same content over and over again would seem boring but this is not true. Every app related article has surprisingly helped me tremendously. As a Digital Media student, I am always on my laptop and phone. As a college student I am always studying, so the two come hand in hand . Recently I came across an amazing app called Chegg. This app allows its users to create multiple decks of flashcards as well as share them amongst their peers via text, e-mail, even social media. I have an iPhone 5 and a lot of my friends have androids, therefor It has been a challenge finding decent free apps that allow me to share/send information with my study buddies. With the talk to text feature I now cut my flash card preparation time in half.

When it is time to get down to business and study, Chegg has a feature that allows you to check off the note cards that you have learned and don’t need to study at that point in time. The basic concept behind this is it is allowing the user to mark the note cards they are familiar with. I highly recommend Chegg to my fellow studiers (of any sorts). Chegg has cut my note card preparation time in half as well as obliterated the cost.



Here is a quick and cheap crockpot meal! Crockpot barbecue chicken only takes a couple of minutes to prepare. Just place your ingredients into the crockpot on medium high heat around 2 in the afternoon. By 6 p.m. your delicious meal will be ready to eat! After your meal is fully cooked, I suggest taking a fork and shredding the chicken. I also recommend buying hamburger buns to place the shredded barbecue chicken on. This is a great filling meal for those who don’t necessarily have  time to slave over a hot, healthy, and filling meal.

Barbecue chicken crockpot recipe:

  • Two-Three chicken breast
  • One Container of Sweet Baby Ray’s Barbecue sauce (make sure to completely lather the chicken breast in the barbecue sauce)

If you heat the crockpot on medium, then it takes about 4 hours to complete.Once your meal is fully cooked, shred the chicken with a fork and knife. Your final step is to simply enjoy!