Tag Archives: Campus Calm

What to do when people “should” all over you

The next time some one tells you what you “should” do, take a step back and ask yourself, “What do I ‘choose’ to do?” When people tell you what you should do, they’re usually coming from a loving place and … Continue reading

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Mondays with Meg: It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year…Crunch Time!

  After a bit of a hiatus, I’m back to my Monday blog and it feels good to be writing again. Ever since Thanksgiving break, I’ve been caught up in this dreadful part of the semester, known so lovingly as … Continue reading

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Wholehearted

Recently I interviewed Sara Forte, a food writer behind the Sprouted Kitchen, and the quote above was her answer to the following question: What drives you to live wholeheartedly and be authentic? Sara’s blog isn’t just about recipes. It shows … Continue reading

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Lily’s Life: Be unapologetically yourself, flaws and all.

Being in Argentina has significantly changed the way in which I see myself, and my place in the world. Although I wish I could concisely put into words all of the changes within me that studying abroad has created, the … Continue reading

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The Magnificence of Uncertainty

  When Maria asked me to write a blog post as a new intern for Campus Calm, I must admit that I felt uneasy. As I am writing, I still feel very reluctant to the idea of posting my thoughts … Continue reading

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