How to NOT Study

Like most people, I find studying to be a complete and utter bore. Not only do I not like doing it, but I also don’t know how to do it. You’re probably thinking, “that’s weird, aren’t you the top of your class?” and “don’t you have a full-ride scholarship” Yes, I am, I do, and […]

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The Best Tips for Battling Burnout

Corona virus has changed the way we currently live our everyday life, our society looks drastically different, but there are some pros to this situation. If you’re a college student like me, then I know you have been exhausted, drained and running around like crazy this semester. Even those out of school had gotten crazy […]

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20 “20” Lists for 2020

Do you want to be the old you with new habits or a new you altogether? Habits do not change people, but experiences will! When I’m working on bettering myself and setting goals for the new year, I like to format my list into achievable objectives that can be crossed off like a bucket lists. […]

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10 Books You Should Read During Quarantine

Reading books have always been an escape for me, they allowed me to leave all my problems behind and live in another world, if even for a few hours. If you’re like me then I’m sure you’re reading a lot more while we all stay safe inside. If you’re not… then you should!  My new […]

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7 Reasons Why Your Diet Isn’t Working

As a plus size person, I have struggled with my weight, my shape, and physical health for as long as I can remember. However, it wasn’t until I hit puberty that I saw true fluctuation in my body. I was suddenly bigger in certain spots, wider in the strangest places, and when I looked in […]

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How to Nail Every Interview Ever!

Spring is a time of fertility and new beginnings. The time when people give birth to new ideas and new opportunities. A lot of people are being recruited for new jobs, applying for scholarships, or submitting documents for graduate school etcetera. And within all of these processes is the all important, nerve racking, life-changing interview. […]

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A Journey to Authenticity

The only person who controls you is you. This is an affirmation I adopted for myself back in high school. This was a time where, while working towards my future, I felt the most out of touch with myself and in life. I felt as though I wasn’t in control of my life and therefore […]

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5 P’s of Success

“Prior Preparation Prevents Poor Performance” The question I get asked the most is, “How do you do it?” People will say to me, “You must be smart,” or, my personal favorite, “Can you teach me?” In high school, I found out I was the top of my class indirectly; it was third period and the […]

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6 Steps to Securing Scholarships

As someone who grew up in the lower middle class, I never had money for every field trip, book fair, school dance, every concession stand, and especially not college. I was in middle school when my mom told “If you want to go to college, you need to figure out how to get there.” Sounds […]

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