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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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Lily’s Life: Outside of Your Comfort Zone is Where the Magic Happens

Hello everyone, I want to say sorry for being absent for the past couple weeks. This time of year is notorious for being stressful for a reason; it seems that my list of things to do is never ending. However, … 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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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! But not about cursive letters, in Ithica College and a lot of college prefer you to write in your own … Continue reading

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20 Something ADHD Expert’s Tip of the Month – March

School, Grades, and ADHD By Barbara McRae, MCC All students, sooner or later, run into trouble keeping up with their classes and get stressed, as they get further behind. This downward spiral can happen to the best students, but even … Continue reading

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