Use Your Voice

When you turn 18, there are a lot more privileges and rights that you now are able to use. One of the most important ones is your right to vote. You have the right for your voice and opinions to be heard, and voting is an extremely impactful way to do…

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Tips for First-Time Voters

Among everything else that has happened in 2020, it is also an election year. For first time voters that can be a little daunting and nerve wracking. I know the feeling, as this is my first time voting in a presidential election. First and foremost, know that…

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Therapy: A Leap of Faith

Therapy seems like a scary word. Its connotation can be negative, and I’ve felt all of the following from it: something is wrong with me, serious, bad issues, crazy, can’t keep myself together, sad, messed up. While therapy can be a scary leap of faith for…

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Creating a Study Space

Now that school has started, you may have found that your work space needs a minor makeover. When redesigning a study space, first investigate how you study best, what you need to need to succeed, and what you have available. After this…

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