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

Stress is an Interpretation By Barbara McRae, MCC Believe it or not, we choose the meanings we give to everything we experience in life. Most of it is habitual. For instance, most people worry about being late – especially if … Continue reading

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

What If? By: Christine Hassler, reprinted with permission from ChristineHassler.com Life is an unanswered question, but let’s still believe in the dignity and importance of the question. – Tennessee Williams What if? This question evokes a feeling of wonderful possibility … Continue reading

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Empty Nest Support Expert’s Tip of the Month – February

Boomers and Empty Nesters 2011, Now What? I love new beginnings but Boomers and Empty Nesters have expressed to me they worry as they enter the NEW. Worry is just one color, one sound, in a full orchestra of a … Continue reading

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