How to Prep for College When You’re in High School

Chances are good that if you’re a high school student, you’ve probably already been approached by your parents, teachers, guidance counselor, fellow students, and a conglomeration of other people about where you might want to go to college and what you’re doing to prepare for it. Answering these questions can feel...

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Tips for Surviving the Winter Blues

Around January and February, it seems that many students across America come down with a case of the winter blues. This is especially apparent if you live somewhere in the north, where the grey skies and cold weather seem perpetually endless. Getting out of your warm, comfy bed to go to class when it’s still

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Early Classes? Here’s Your Guide to a Healthy Morning Routine

Chances are good that at some point in your college career, you’ll have a class at a shockingly early hour of the morning. Depending on if you’re a morning person or not, early mornings can feel invigorating—or they can feel like death knocking at your door. They can be particularly challenging if you’ve gotten in

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How to Start Saving Money in College

If you’re an up-and-coming college student, chances are good that you’re part of Generation Z. While Gen Z-ers have been described as “millennials on steroids,” there are a variety of ways that they differ from the generation before them. One of those major reasons is that they care a lot about making sure...

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Always Tired?? This Post is for You.

If you’re a college student, you’ll probably resonate with the feeling of exhaustion at one point or another in your college career. You’re most like busy juggling a whole host of different things, including classes, extracurricular activities, internships, work, volunteering, and if you’re lucky, a social life...

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On Choosing a Church in College

These days, there is certainly a wide variety of options when it comes to selecting a church. No longer is church a one-size-fits-all custom. Churches these days vary from quiet, conservative, and traditional all the way to massive, base-bumping, and expressive. From the preaching to worship to the style of services, everyone seems to...

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Staying Connected to God Over the Holidays

The tree is decorated, and you’re finally home for your long holiday break after a harrowing week of finals. Not only are you excited to see your friends from high school, but you more than likely have a variety of parties to attend, shopping to finish up, presents to wrap, services to attend, and family

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Hobbies to Try When in College

There’s a certain sort of flexibility and opportunity that comes with being a college student. Yes, you’re certainly busy with classes, homework, and other hobbies, but you’re also not locked into an 8:00am – 5:00pm career or caring for your own children yet either. During this time of your life, it’s worth...

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Prepping for Your Next Semester

Whether Fall semester is approaching, or you’re looking ahead to the New Year and your second semester at school, the prospect of several months of classes, homework, and other activities can sometimes feel daunting. Many college students pack their schedules wall-to-wall with classes, extra-curricular activities, clubs, hobbies...

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How to Nail Your Essay Revision

Writing papers is a huge part of college—just about every class you take will expect at least one paper, if not several. Whether writing is your niche, or you’re more of a numbers or art type of person, you’ll still have to participate in at least a few essay revisions over the course of your college

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