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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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Mondays with Meg: Food for Thought from Tiny Buddha

Ah, another Monday! This week, I’ve had a few things on my mind…especially regarding criticism and negative energy from others. While I’ve been called headstrong and relentless in past, I also have some pretty thin skin. I can defend myself … Continue reading

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The Allie Way – A story for Mental Health May!

So, I keep telling myself that I need to stop relating all of my blogs so directly to mental health. I don’t want to seem like it’s the only aspect of life I care about! But I keep going back … 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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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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