The Problem with Perfectionism

If you’ve ever found yourself working too long on a project in order to make sure everything is just right or reliving a past experience over and over and focusing on the mistakes that you made, you may be dealing with perfectionism. On the surface, being a perfectionist can sound like an okay thing – […]

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Take the Lead: The Benefits of Leadership Positions

Whether you’re involved in one student organization or half a dozen, you’ve probably been told time and time again how important it is to get involved in college and participate in clubs and organizations that relate to your interests or career goals. Most schools have a wide variety of options for students, ranging from art […]

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The Importance of Small Acts of Kindness

We’ve all heard the stories from friends or family members – they or someone they knew were in the drive-thru lane and had their meal paid for by someone in front of them. This is the classic “random act of kindness” and the one that many people think of when they imagine doing something out […]

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How to Make Time for Reading

How many times have you thought about a book or series that you want to read, but then said something along the lines of, “I don’t have time”? Studies have shown that people are reading fewer and fewer books each year, despite all of the benefits.   Reading is one of those things that tend […]

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Dating in College: Tips and Advice

Ah, the first day of college: new friends, new living quarters, new classes – and potential dates everywhere. It can be a lot, especially if you’ve come from a smaller high school or hometown. College is a totally new experience for most people, and dating in college is probably quite different from your high school […]

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