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Balancing Studies with a Family Crisis

Having the ability to balance a family crisis with your studies is an important skill to have.

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college, life, mental health

Keep An Eye On The Changes In Your Body

So, about two years ago, I suddenly became really tired. Like, sleep for a solid eight hours then wake up, live my normal day for a little while, then lay down for a nap. Like, solid, two to three hour naps. I'd wake up, live more normal life, then nap some more. This started two… Continue reading Keep An Eye On The Changes In Your Body

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I Would Like to Withdraw Some Entitlement. Where’s the Nearest ATM?

I'm a twenty-year-old Generation Z woman. Before you even read this sentence, you're already creating preconceived notions about who I am as a person in your mind. She's entitled. She's a white, privileged, entitled woman. Well, only one of those things is true: I'm white. Pretty damn white, if I might add. Like, the only color… Continue reading I Would Like to Withdraw Some Entitlement. Where’s the Nearest ATM?

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It’s OK to Not Be Fine

I wake up every day at 7:45, lay there for a minute, and decide whether or not the day is even worth it. Yeah, I said it, sometimes I wonder if getting out of bed is worth the energy that it takes. On the days that I work, even if I don't feel like moving,… Continue reading It’s OK to Not Be Fine

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Bullet Journaling Became My Anxiety Medicine

First of all, I want to say that I'm not trying to downplay the idea of needing medicine to help manage your anxiety. No, I'm simply comparing it. Here's what I mean: When I was first introduced to bulleting journaling a  year ago, I didn't know what to expect out of it. I mean, the… Continue reading Bullet Journaling Became My Anxiety Medicine

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Messy Bed, Messy Head: The Importance of Clearing Your Head Before You Start Studying

You've all heard the saying: messy bed, messy head. This, of course, is referring to the fact that you should make your bed in the morning if you want to have an organized and productive day. This applies to studying as well. Before you do anything with regard to studying, you must make your environment less messy.… Continue reading Messy Bed, Messy Head: The Importance of Clearing Your Head Before You Start Studying

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15 Quotes to Inspire Your Semester

Everyone needs a good pick-me-up when it comes to pre-semester motivation. Whether they find it in a good cup of coffee or in a book, everyone knows that inspiration is found where you look for it. Here are 15 quotes to help ease the process of finding your motivation. 1. "Do what you have to… Continue reading 15 Quotes to Inspire Your Semester