This is a sponsored post. All opinions expressed, however, are mine and that of The Caro Diaries.
We get it - flirting is scary. The idea of going up to someone, completely random, and trying to impress them with 3.5 seconds of their initial impression, and you trying not to look creepy. It's hard to be the Barney Stinson of the group.
The point of it all is not to work hard, but to work smart - use your brain a little more before you do anything. They're reading a magazine about traveling? Bring up your best travel stories. Their ringtone is the new Beyoncé song? Share your love of the Goddess that Yoncé is. They're actually looking at the TV playing football in the bar? Chat a little about the sport.
It's a good thing that McGraw-Hill has us college kids hooked up in every aspect - dating included.
But the best part is that they've hooked us up with school too. Instead of buying an e-book this year, try their Smartbook. Smartbook is the first and only adaptive reading experience and is designed to revolutionize the way students read and learn. It continuously adapts to your study experience by highlighting content based on what you know and don't know. It can even help you review in the book, and tells you how much you've gotten done, and how much time it's taken you to get through it, to help you study smarter, not harder.