Monthly Archives: December 2010

Career Planning Expert – Home[work] for the Holidays

When I wrote about my family’s Thanksgiving gathering a few weeks ago, I failed to mention that I used schoolwork as an excuse to avoid uncomfortable conversations with my family. At any inkling of biological clock ticking pressure or conversation … Continue reading

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Fitness Expert’s Tip of the Month – December

The hectic holidays- Now that Thanksgiving is over, and all of your left-overs have been consumed or given away, you’re probably thinking about the next round of holiday functions. Allow me to remind you how important it is to stay … Continue reading

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Job Search Expert’s Tip of the Month – December

Finals, Job-Seeking & the Holidays, Oh My! Finals are right around the corner, and you’ll soon be on a long holiday break from school. And if you’re a senior graduating in December, you’ll be thrust from college life into the … Continue reading

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Teen Parenting Expert’s Tip of the Month – December

Is Your Child Feeling Stressed or Anxious? By Barbara McRae, MCC You may know this feeling very well yourself. You get yourself so worked up about getting it ALL done that you rarely sit down and relax. You find it … Continue reading

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Freshman Transition Expert’s Tip of the Month – December

Finals have either begun or will begin soon for you. This is the end to a ‘first’ experience in your life. Finals represent the chance for you to demonstrate all that you have learned and acquired over the last 3 … Continue reading

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