Monthly Archives: February 2012

It’s Time to Have Faith

I recently received an email from a female college student leader who was stressed out due to the pressures of college life. She was overextended and needed help prioritizing between her classwork, leadership roles, extracurricular activities and work commitments. Completely … Continue reading

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Journeys with Julie- When You Just Can’t Find the Words, Rely on Someone Else’s

When I was little, I was scared to sleep in my own room. (There was a boogieman in the  basement of my house. He has since moved out). So I often asked my sisters if I could sleep on the … Continue reading

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The Allie Way – “I’ll go take a hot bath.”

A lot of times we have the tendency to pack our schedules full. Every hour of “free time” is time that could be filled with another hour of class, work, or other commitments. But having a jam-packed schedule is often … Continue reading

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Lauren’s Lounge: How to Pick Up a Goal Where You Left Off (instead of berating yourself because you’re not perfect!!)

This past November, I accomplished something big: I participated in National Novel Writing Month (or NaNoWriMo) and “won,” which means that I wrote a 50,000 word novel during the month of November. Or, in my case, a 50,000 word half-novel, … Continue reading

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Mondays with Meg: Senioritis

I’ve come down with something nasty, something terrible. It’s worse than your average cold and almost as miserable as the flu. I’ve got senioritis. Let me explain. Those who suffer from senioritis are usually high school or college seniors, right … Continue reading

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