Monthly Archives: April 2008

Time Management Expert’s Tip of the Month – May

When you schedule classes for next semester, try to get them back-to-back to avoid having your day chopped into little segments. It is tempting to waste time when you have small amounts of time between classes rather than use it … Continue reading

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Body Image Expert’s Tip of the Month – May

In honor of Mother’s Day, I urge you to think about how frickin’ crazy amazing and mind blowing the act of birth actually is. Too often we think of our bodies as projects to be sculpted and perfected into aesthetically … Continue reading

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Youth Entrepreneurship Expert’s Tip of the Month – April

5 Steps to Successful Innovation for Entrepreneurs -Brandon L. Griffin Successful innovation, in my opinion, is having a new, unique idea, successfully turning it into a reality, and making an impact. I hope the following tips help you have long-term … Continue reading

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College Planning Expert’s Tip of the Month – April

College life can become somewhat routine. Wake up for classes, find time to study, exercise and hang with friends. Sometimes you never leave campus for weeks! I remember that when I was at The University at Buffalo, I went to … Continue reading

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Nutrition Expert’s Tip of the Month – April

Big Meal = Fatigue The worst thing to do when you are hungry and need energy, is binge and overeat. When food enters your mouth and stomach, it causes your digestive system to send out signals to the rest of … Continue reading

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