Monthly Archives: February 2008

20 Something Crisis Survival Expert’s Tip of the Month – February

Twenty-Something Love Excerpt from Twenty-Something, Twenty-Everything ©Christine Hassler Finding “the one,” seeing fireworks, feeling butterflies in your stomach, falling deeply, passionately in love, and then living happily ever after — that is how a relationship should go, right? We are … Continue reading

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Communication Expert’s Tip of the Month – February

Conquering Controlling Parents (Part II) by Professor Joe Martin Last month, I outlined the three (3) basic fears most parents (who are controlling) have and why they have them. Now that you’re aware of them, I promised I would teach … Continue reading

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Career Planning Expert’s Tip of the Month – February

Visit your campus alumni office as early in your college career as you can. In fact, you could even stop by during orientation week your freshman year if you want. The sooner your campus alumni office knows you, the better … Continue reading

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College Planning Expert’s Tip of the Month – February

I remember when I was in college, it was so hard to find time to be alone and think. Everything was moving so fast with friends, classes, activities and of course, the parties. I graduated in 1991, and I know … Continue reading

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Time Management Expert’s Tip of the Month – February

Have something with you to do at all times for unexpected delays, canceled class, etc. – study cards for a test, homework, your to-do list, etc. By using your unexpected free time, you might be able to add something fun … Continue reading

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