Monthly Archives: September 2012

The Allie Way – Starting Fresh

We all know how crucial Facebook is to the young adults and adolescents of this generation (and more and more people above and below that age range as well). I have been on Facebook since I was about 16 years … Continue reading

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Mondays with Meg: Saying Goodbye to Negative People

It’s been another looong week at grad school. (Is it Friday yet?!) But I’m trying to start the week off on a positive note! I’ve definitely been challenged at grad school thus far. Lots of work, lots of late nights … Continue reading

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The Allie Way – Coping with Falling-Outs

It happens. No matter how hard you try to do everything right or to maintain a certain type of relationship, you will probably experience at least one major falling-out at some point in your life and your career path. It … Continue reading

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Create a Successful & Sane College Experience With Your 5-Step Action Plan (Part 2)

For: college freshmen, or any college student who is looking to create success, build resilience, manage college stress and infuse their life with personal leadership development principles. Last week we covered Part 1 on building your support network in our … Continue reading

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Mondays with Meg: The Habits of Happiness

 After quite the hiatus, I’m back! Sorry I’ve been away for a few weeks. I recently started graduate school and the adjustment has been…interesting to say the least! I’m still getting used to the swing of things here at Syracuse … Continue reading

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