Where to Find Time to Yourself in College

One thing that’s really fun about college is being able to live in a community of people close to your age for four years (or more) at a time. Getting together with people and socializing has never been easier—after all, your best friend might live in your room, your hall, or the building next door!

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Scared of Risks? How to Grow in Boldness

Everyone has to take risks at some point in their life. Even if you’re not on the brink of a really risky move right now, you’ve probably already had to take some risks to get where you are today. Depending on your personality, taking risks might feel approachable, or it might feel incredibly frightening. The

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How to Enjoy the End of Winter

When January and February roll around, and the skies have been grey for weeks, nearly everyone is ready for the telltale signs of Spring to start showing themselves. The last few months of winter can feel like they last an eternity, and if you live in a northern state, the odds are good that winter

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How to Handle a Bad Day

So you’ve had a bad day. That can be really hard. The good news is, you’re not alone. Every person on planet earth has bad days now and again, and the bad news is that this will probably happen to you again. The key is to figure out how to acknowledge what happened, deal with

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How to Deal with Disappointing News

College is full of so many unexpected adventures. There’s a lot available, right at your fingertips, and there are opportunities whizzing by you and at you throughout your time at school. There’s a lot to celebrate in college: new internships, acing a test, Christmas break. But there can also be a lot of disappointments that...

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Finding a Summer Internship

Now that the New Year is off to a start, it’s time to start thinking about summer! Right?? Just where you thought this was headed. In all seriousness though, now is the perfect time to start thinking about summer internships and what you might want to get involved with during the long summer break. It’s easy

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Smart Ideas for Handling Money

Money can sometimes seem hard to come by when you’re in college—especially if your parents aren’t supporting you monetarily in any way. Even the smallest of purchases can feel like a giant stressor as you watch your checking account dwindle lower than you’d prefer. So what’s a college student to do? Managing your...

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New Year’s Resolution Ideas

There’s something kind of enchanting about the New Year. While many swear that January 1st feels exactly the same as December 31st, a lot of people embrace the mindset shift and enter the new year with fresh intentions and goals. Not only that, but since so many people look at the new year as a

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Planning for a Healthy New Year

Lots of people enjoy making New Year’s resolutions, but few begin planning for a healthy New Year until a few days before New Year’s Eve. Planning ahead to incorporate some fresh and healthy practices can do a lot toward helping you succeed at your goals. “Studies have shown that less than 25% of people actually

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Ways To Observe Advent While at College

The great thing about observing holidays and traditions while away at college is that you don’t actually have to stop doing most of the things you’re used to doing when it comes to celebrating. No, you won’t be home with your family to take part in certain traditions, but you can still celebrate on your

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