Monthly Archives: September 2012

Lauren’s Lounge: How to Quit and Be Okay With It

This week, I played in an intramural soccer game for the first time since tenth grade. I was really excited because I’ve always loved playing soccer and I’ve always wanted to get involved at college but for some reason it’s … Continue reading

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The Allie Way – Transitioning: “Everything Old is New Again” …Maybe not.

I apologize for going MIA for a bit! My life has been crazy these past several weeks. But now I am getting settled in at my new school (Niagara University) and starting to adjust to the grad school life. The … Continue reading

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Create a Successful & Sane College Experience With Your 5-Step Action Plan (Part 1)

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. 1). Build a support network. College is meant to be a shared experience. … Continue reading

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