Monthly Archives: August 2009

Job Search Expert’s Tip of the Month- August

How TweetDeck can organize your Twitter job search (Note: This column originaly ran in Heather Huhman’s entry-level careers column on Examiner.com.) As much as I enjoy Twitter and find it useful for so many purposes, I realize I haven’t written … Continue reading

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Mental Health Survival Expert’s Tip of the Month- Aug

By Colleen Coffey As a little girl in New Orleans, LA I attended a small parochial school called Louise S. McGhee’s. My Dad always told me at the start of each year “campus is happy to have you back.” The … Continue reading

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Response to Inside Higher Education article on Sleepwalking Students

My response to the article Sleepwalking Students Inside Higher Education. Stressed-out students contact me day and night to tell me all about their insomnia problems through my national organization at Campus Calm. I graduated summa cum laude from college, along … Continue reading

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Teen Parenting Expert’s Tip-Aug

The “But Everyone Else Is” Excuse  “It’s really not hurting anyone.” It’s easy to rationalize like this, especially for kids. Remember their brains aren’t fully formed until they reach their early 20s. In the meantime, young people think they’re invincible … Continue reading

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Youth Entrepreneurship Expert’s Tip- Aug

The life of an entrepreneur is full of meetings, phone calls, and projects that only the “CEO” can do. Sometimes these projects are the ones dreaded most by “the great one”! Today, I finally finished a task that has been … Continue reading

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