Category: Mental Health Empowerment

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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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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Sleep Deprivation Effects: I’m Too Tired to Come Up With a Creative Title for This Blog Post

Friday’s my day to post to the blog and I must admit I’m experiencing some writer’s block. I surfed the Internet trying to come up with a topic that’s interesting, though nothing was inspiring my creative juices to flow. Cyberbullying … Continue reading

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The Allie Way – How do you lead?

Now that I am in my final semester of undergraduate education (where did the last 4 years go??), I have been thinking a lot about my future. Specifically, I have been thinking about how I am going to take charge … Continue reading

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