During the summer break, take some time to work on yourself. This can include anything from working through past traumas, learning a new skill, or developing yourself professionally. If you are on the fence about your intended major, check out a professional development conference. They can be a great way to get inspired and learn more [...]
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Campusroups.com created a list of 50 ways college students can maximize their summer break. We've found our top 5 favorites for you (covid friendly), but you can review the full list here: 50 Ways for College Students to Maximize Summer Break. Learn a new skill to add to your resume. Skills are learnable assets that can enhance [...]
Feeling disconnected? We consume our days with so much "stuff": friends, family, tv, social media, studying, work, etc. With so many distractions, when do you take time to stop, reflect, and BE with yourself? Your inner self is made up of your emotions, values, feelings, etc. It's the part of you that cannot be seen physically. [...]
The college semester has wrapped up for most students and you may be asking, "Now what?" If a summer job is in your plans, here are some tips for securing your position over the summer. Stop. Think. Plan. Before running out and applying to every place you can, stop and think about your goals. Can you [...]
It's time to celebrate our furry, furrever friends during National Pet Month. Who can ignore cute puppy dog eyes, funny cat flips and dancing parrot videos?! In addition to the joy that pets can bring, they also offer amazing health benefits! Pet owners are less likely to suffer from depression People with pets have lower blood [...]
Progressive muscle relaxation (PMR) is a deep relaxation for building awareness of muscle tension in your body. This technique can help control stress, anxiety, and insomnia. The idea is to practice tensing one muscle group at a time and then relaxing it. With practice, you'll begin to naturally realize when you are tense, which will allow [...]
Have you ever heard that you have to 'pay yourself first'? The idea of paying yourself first is that you are securing your finances for the future before you've paid the bills. Think it's impossible? It's not! A general breakdown of the 10/10/10 Plan is to: Invest 10% of your earnings -- you may not know what [...]
There are all different types of coaches: sports, business, family, sales, life, success, etc. Their job is to help train people in their specialty and create accountability. Have you flirted with the idea of having a life, or success, coach, but were unsure of where to start? Here's some pointer for picking a coach: Get insight [...]
Historically, our brains were designed to use stress as a way to protect ourselves. Think back to caveman days… Caveman were likely in a constant state of danger from the environment around them or predator animals. The flight or fight responses were designed to protect the caveman from impending danger. But, what happens when the world [...]
“Forget mistakes. Forget failure. Forget everything except what you’re going to do now and do it.” — Will Durant Forging ahead when you've had a setback can fill you with doubts and insecurities. Most people look for certainty in their lives, and when the rewards for our hard work don't match up - it creates uncertainty. [...]