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“I Have a Life!”

Posted on 07 December 2014 by

“I have a life!” is often the complaint of many students who are stressed out about juggling school with a career, children, or a relationship. Instead of whining about your problems and feeling offended when professors don’t give you special treatment, take into consideration that you are not alone. The person on your right could […] Continue Reading…

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Oh No! What To Get?

Posted on 07 December 2014 by

We’ve all faced a similar problem one year or another, and that is the gift giving process for the holiday.  We scour the malls, department stores, and outlets just to find that one all inspiring gift.  Then when we feel like we’ve found the perfect gift, we realize that whomever already has that.  Now, it’s […] Continue Reading…

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End of The World? Darn These Finals

Posted on 07 December 2014 by

If you’re like me, you are at the same point I am, balancing work, school, family, friends, and other promises that you may have to fulfill. Believe me, I know how you’re feeling. You’re exhausted and may want to give up on some things, but I’m here to tell you that you shouldn’t do that. […] Continue Reading…

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Handmade Gifts and the Best Kind of Gifts

Posted on 07 December 2014 by

The Holidays are a very tough time of the year, especially for students. Many students, myself included, do not have disposable cash to spend on gifts for family and friends. However, there is a way to give a nice thoughtful gift to everyone on your holiday list without destroying your bank account, handmade gifts. When […] Continue Reading…

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Moving Out? Are You SURE You’re Ready to Leave the Nest?

Posted on 07 December 2014 by

I moved out of my parents’ house almost 8 years ago when I turned 18 years old. At the time my parents and I were butting heads.  They didn’t like my blue hair, my boyfriend or my “constant partying,” and I didn’t like their judgments, their rules, or the boring lifestyle they were forcing on […] Continue Reading…

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Why Running Away Works

Posted on 07 December 2014 by

At 21 years old, I am the first out of my group of friends to move away from home and fully support myself. I work two jobs, go to school full time, intern out of state once a week, and plan charity events. I make time for friends and when I’m not doing any of […] Continue Reading…