Author Archives: Meg Rindfleisch

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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Mondays with Meg: Mind Chatter

Another Monday is upon us, and thus another very busy week for me. As I’m attempting to balance all of my commitments and mental/physical well being, I find an old “friend” of mine creeping in again: the mind chatter. I’ve … Continue reading

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Mondays with Meg: Great Expectations

It’s no secret: I’m a perfectionist. Well, recovering perfectionist (or slightly neurotic…it does seem that way at times). I’m trying to accept the fact that perfection is a myth; it simply doesn’t exist and is therefore unattainable. So why do … Continue reading

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Mondays with Meg: New Year’s Resolutions and Reprioritizing

Classes have been in session for only one week at Ithaca College, and I’m already feeling stressed out and anxious! Even though this is my last semester of college (that’s right, I’m graduating this May, which is frightening and stressful … Continue reading

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