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With 2016 coming up in only a few days (already? that’s crazy!) and the semester ending, I can’t stop thinking about what I did good this year and what I could’ve donne even better. I don’t believe in resolutions and never have. However, I think goals are manageable and achievable. Some of you might think “Isn’t it pretty much the same?” It could be but to me it isn’t. I see goals as being something you really want to achieve. They guide your thoughts and actions towards something attainable. Goals,

  I would like to wish all of you a very merry Christmas. Make some time for yourself, sit down, relax and simply enjoy the wonders in your life. Spend time with your family and loved ones and live in the moment. Too often we worry, we stress over college, money, figuring out our lives and everything else. So give yourself a break to take in all that is good and to re-energize for the year to come. In our society, everyone is always in a rush. We don’t pause

I dread holiday dinner parties. Do you? If you’re an introvert like me and being around people stresses you out, you probably feel the same way. Aren’t you tired of stressing over this? I know I am. So let’s change that and scratch this fear of parties off the list. Let’s start by asking ourselves what exactly it is that makes us panic. It’s not that we don’t like people, it’s more meeting new people that freaks us out (I think…).ย We are askedย random personal questions which we respond to with

Holidays are a time to relax. That’s not how it always feels though with all the parties and family dinners going on. Gift shopping and wrapping, cooking, cleaning, entertaining, etc. Repeat that pretty much every day and then vacation is over! What? Already? We really need to focus on taking time for ourselves and our families because after all, that’s what this time of the year is for! Here’s a list of 22ย fun and festive things to do to get in the holiday spirit and actually have a fun time

Exam time. It’s a synonym for stress and fatigue. No matter what your major is and what classes you have, this is a common feeling. If someone told me they’re not stressed during finals, I would say they’re lying! It’s inevitabel and I can’t say stress is always a bad thing. You begin your exams, you’ve got 4-5 to do in a week or 6 in a span of two weeks. You study, study, study. You sit at the library for long periods of time, you drink incredible amounts of

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