Monthly Archives: July 2009

Hot off the Campus Calm press: Like your possessions, love your life!

Excerpted from: http://www.campuscalm.com/cc_connections/071609.html Today’s Stress Less Tip – Like your possessions, love lour life. I have a confession to make. Like many young professionals attempting to live within their means, I lived in a cozy, tiny apartment through my twenties … Continue reading

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Teen Parenting Expert’s Tip of the Month – July

We are Free to Choose By Barbara McRae, MCC As we celebrate the 4th of July in the US, it’s important to remember that no matter where you live or who you are, you can choose to feel free. In … Continue reading

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Response to “No right brain left behind: Must kids prep for ‘risk-taking’?

Thank you to Marco R. della Cava of the USA Today for writing “No right brain left behind: Must kids prep for ‘risk-taking’? The following is my response to the article: Far too many students today are terrified to be … Continue reading

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The Controversy of Naming a Valedictorian Misses the Point

A reporter asked me the following question last week: “Do you have an opinion on if high schools should name a valedictorian and salutatorian?” After some careful thought, I decided to post my response: “I understand wanting to reward a … Continue reading

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Career Planning Expert’s Tip of the Month – August

 Find Your Passions – What You Really Love When it comes to choosing a career, it’s often said that you should do  what you love and the money will follow. And, right now is the best  time to find what … Continue reading

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