5 Things You’re Never Too Old To Try

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“So many people live within unhappy circumstances and yet will not take the initiative to change their situation because they are conditioned to a life of security, conformity, and conservatism, all of which may appear to give one peace of mind, but in reality nothing is more damaging to the adventurous spirit within a man […]

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8 Pros and Cons of Grad School


You don’t know much about me, just what you can glean from my writing. Let me give you the skinny. I graduated with a four-year degree in English and Spanish approximately a year and a half ago. If you know anything about the English degree, you know how flexible it is, and you would safely bet that […]

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The One Question Your Resume Should Answer


The job search is time consuming, but it’s important to take time to craft a memorable cover letter and customize your resume for each respective job.  Most importantly, your resume should show how you’re going to be an asset to the hiring manager.  Your resume should show and answer how you are going to solve […]

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Broken Hearts and Ropy Scars: My Journey To Forgiveness


It is rarely upon my first time meeting someone, but after a few meetings, especially during the summer, people tend to notice and ask about the fairly significant scar that runs across the top of my ankle onto the top of my foot. It’s this beast of a thing that used to be fairly embarrassing. […]

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Three Must-See TED Talks That Will Blow Your Mind


Since 1984, speakers around the world have celebrated TED talks, presentations that once focused on innovative design and technology but now cover hundreds of topics. The wonderful thing about TED talks is that they are conversational and relatable, so you find yourself yearning to hear more. These talks are inspirational, motivational, informational and educational. Quite frankly, they will fire […]

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A Practical Approach to Feminism


I have a confession to make: I really enjoy watching awards shows. Not all of them, and I certainly don’t plan my week around them. But if I’m home and don’t have anything pressing to do, I will curl up on the couch with a mug of hot chocolate or something and settle in for […]

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I’d Think To That: Punishing Children

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The Internet is filled with think pieces from the left and think pieces from the right. Every week, I’ll be offering my unique perspective on the issues of our time. Spoiler alert: I’m correct. It’s tough to know what to do when children misbehave. Thankfully, one school in Texas has turned punishment into an art […]

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Revolutionize Your To-Do Lists: Creating a Doable To-Do List

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With my heavy workload and busy schedule, I’ve been trying to coordinate a system that works for me. I found that I was neglecting important tasks that I valued (time with friends, reading, writing in my journal) or consistently rushing to complete time-sensitive projects and assignments. It’s not enough, at least for me, to simply […]

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So You’ve Graduated… Now What?


As long as I can remember, I’ve always been ready for the next step. In fact, I’ve always been three steps ahead of the next step. Maybe it’s a generational thing – what with the constant pressure to nap well in pre-school in order to win the spelling bees in elementary school and get straight A’s, volunteer, […]

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