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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Satisfy Your Wanderlust On A Budget


Summertime beckons the desire to travel: to explore new places, try new things, meet new people. But as your mind wanders, yearning to go forth and gallivant around the globe, you remember–you’re broke. Your funds may be limited, but this does not mean that you can’t find a way to travel this year. You don’t […]

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Forget A Boyfriend, Get a Dog!


Hello there, independent woman! If you fit the stereotype that fits that moniker, you probably have old school moxie and are likely single—you are waiting for the perfect man, after all. At this point in your life, you might be starting to wonder why you are single: you’re a flipping catch. As a perpetually single […]

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5 Essential Ways to Get Your Life Back On Track


When we create our giant reach-for-the-stars, skyscraper goals, they excite us. We’re feverish with motivation and feel unstoppable. But then life happens. Work keeps us constantly busy, important life events take place, friends get married (bridesmaid duties are no joke!)… you’re just trying to figure out the churn of everyday life. The toll of trying to […]

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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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Shy Person’s Guide To Public Speaking

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I was always the quiet one who sat in silence at meetings and class discussions, afraid to let anyone know my thoughts and opinions. I feared what I had to say was stupid, didn’t add any value to the discussion, or I couldn’t phrase it clearly or powerfully enough. Basically, fear stunted me into silence. But […]

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10 Things I Learned After Filing For Bankruptcy

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I recently filed for bankruptcy and I had a great time! I laughed, I cried, I answered some questions. I paid $1800. I may or may not have lied under oath. But, in the end, I learned a few things… #1. There are several different kinds of bankruptcies. The most common one, called Chapter 7, is for people […]

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