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10 Digital Decluttering Benefits

The push for digital decluttering has gained momentum across every technologically active generation. While our devices are still very much capable of sending us off down rabbit holes of information and entertainment, the harmful effects of too much tech is starting to become widely known. That’s why you see more and more people recommending less […]
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50 MLK Quotes to Turn the Dream Into Reality

MLK Quotes always pick up in popularity this time of year, with good reason. It can be easy to dismiss the impact that Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., had — and continues to have — on society when you didn’t grow up in his era. So it’s important to keep the dream alive and remember […]
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How to Improve Your Adulting Skills

“Adulting skills” may be a relatively new term, but there’s nothing new at all about the concept. It’s basically fresh verbiage for the concept of “growing up.” We all share the same apprehension for growing up. And we also share the reality there’s nothing we can do to escape it. Not if we wish to […]
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Recommendation Letters: A Student Guide to Asking, Getting, and Deserving

Recommendation letters can be difficult to ask for, especially when you consider yourself an introvert like some of us around here. For those of you who don’t, you could still benefit from the points we’re about to discuss. What you’ll find as the details of each section starts to emerge is this: A recommendation for […]
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37 Morning Routines to Start the New Year Right

Morning routines are helpful for anyone who’s ever had difficulty getting up, out of bed, and to class on time. They’re also great for those of you who simply want to avoid a Battery-1st Charge on the “morning person” in your life. We know it isn’t easy facing the day head-on, but we also know […]
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Educational Goals: These 18 Missteps Kept You from Hitting Them in 2018

As we near the end of the year, your educational goals — like others — are likely coming closer into focus. How many did you accomplish? What’s left on the docket? Is any of it possible in the next few days? If you’re like us, this time of introspection can be simultaneously disappointing and reinvigorating. […]
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10 Ways Action Figures Enhance Your Education

Action figures have fueled the happiness of children all over the world for decades now. While the act of playing with simulated characters goes back to Army Men, the industry didn’t really start to get huge until the 1980s when dozens of properties like Transformers, M.U.S.C.L.E.S., MASK, G.I. Joe, Thundercats, He-Man and the Masters of […]
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Smartphones for All: The Pros and Cons of Furnishing Smart Devices to High School Students

The “Smartphones for all” concept is currently being debated at public school districts across the nation. How do you pull that off? What are the financial and moral implications? In the following article, we’ll be examining these questions and then some. After all, smart devices are a part of our daily lives now. They’re not […]
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Job Rejections: How to Deal the Right Way

Job rejections can sting when you first get them. After all, you’ve sweated the details. Worried about the interview. Prepared for it. And you showed up on time dressed to the nines and ready to put your best foot forward. When you’ve gone to all that trouble and still get the form-letter rejection, it can […]
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What Students with PTSD and Their Classmates Should Know

The idea of Students with PTSD, or post-traumatic stress disorder, often gets laughed at by older generations. But if you look at the data — and just the latest headlines — it becomes clear this is a dismissive, condescending, and flat-out wrong attitude to have. Students today are dealing with more uncertainties than ever before. […]
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