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So life has been going along

fairly normal, and now it is going to be getting crazy up in here! First we have our trip to Machu Picchu, then we have a party for my sons (ok, ok, it is for me, but damn it I worked hard, nagging, whining, guilting, playing the mom card not to ment...
by Me and the Damn Cat on Apr 4, 2016

How to make your college life effective?

How to make your college life effective?Life is all about its effectiveness; the more it’s effective more it feels worthy to live. College life is best life one can ever have. All you need is a purpose or an aim to live for it. Effective college li...
by cet and jobs on Dec 6, 2015

How to make your college life Impressive and Effective

How to make your college life Impressive and Effective College Life – College is a time unlike any other in your life. You have gained independence, you are in a new place, and you have choices to make you know it.  Most precious and amaz...
by cet and jobs on Dec 6, 2015

PRATYAHARA AND PENCILS: Teaching writing is about seeding awareness in students

Pratyahara and pencils populate my thoughts today. Back to school, I can smell the freshly sharpened pencils—not that anyone sharpens pencils in my college classes […] Continue reading at The Mindful Word journal of engaged living [http://ww...
by The Mindful Word on Aug 29, 2015

Packing For Victoria!

Well, after a long summer, it's finally here... a vacation!  And I truly need it at this point.  I've been dealing with the lows of post-college life all summer, from searching endlessly for a job to feeling alone and like life is passing m...
by Everyillumination on Aug 7, 2015

Beating the Post-Grad Blues: A Day in the Life

I'm going to let you in on a little secret: these past few days - weeks even - have been pretty hard.  Every day, the same routine of getting on the computer and scrolling through pages and pages of job listings, most of which I'm unqualified fo...
by Everyillumination on Aug 4, 2015

Advice for Graduating Seniors

Well, you’ve finally made it. In the blink of an eye, four long, hard years are nearly over. Congrats on surviving high school. Before you disappear into the future and cease visiting websites like this one, we figured we’d send you off w...
by not just admissions on Jun 8, 2015

Visiting Texas photos

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by VirginiafromTexas on Apr 6, 2015

Winter time necessities

Happy Sunday Y’all, It’s a cold winter-y day here and I felt like light blogging. Article I’m most talking about with my friends. It touches on paid maternity leave and the economics behind it and the political changes needed in our...
by VirginiafromTexas on Jan 18, 2015

The unmoved clock

Y’all, I had two classes today with a broken clock.  TWO! Going beyond the annoyance with a broken clock, I embraced not knowing what time it was–a virtue I have seemed to fallen out of.  This past summer, I was blessed with the chance...
by VirginiafromTexas on Jan 14, 2015

The College Fair: What to Bring

Preparation is key for so many events and opportunities in life and college fairs are certainly no exception!  You want to arrive focused, primed to learn and ready to make the most of the occasion.  To help ensure that you do, here’s a quick lis...
by not just admissions on Oct 30, 2014

How to Stop Comparing Yourself to Others—and Feel Happier!

by Blog of Rare Treasures on Oct 16, 2014

Jack of All Trades, Master of All

A couple of weeks back I decided to take a break from blogging to update the design of my blog. In between all that, I also started getting busy with school, work and of course, life.The redesign of my blog didn't happen. I realized that what I have...
by (Tienes) Una Cabeza de Coco on Oct 6, 2014

I was not Prepared to Go Back to School

By now, everyone knows that I have been on the journey of going back to school to refocus and advance my career for my 40s, while at the same time preparing myself to teach at the University level in my 50s.Being that my education was non traditional...
by (Tienes) Una Cabeza de Coco on Aug 21, 2014

[DORM ESSENTIALS] Feat. Kleenex Expression Oval Tissue Chevron Designs

•This sponsored post is made possible through a partnership with Kleenex and Wal-Mart.  All opinions expressed in this post are my own.•I live in a town where college kids are everywhere.  Seeing them at Wal-Mart buying school supplies...
by Life Of A Lost Muse on Aug 18, 2014

The College Fair: What to Bring

Preparation is key for so many events and opportunities in life and college fairs are certainly no exception!  You want to arrive focused, primed to learn and ready to make the most of the occasion.  To help ensure that you do, here’s a quick lis...
by not just admissions on Aug 15, 2014

Dorm Room Decor: The Dos and Donts for College

After getting accepted to the college of your dreams, the next step is settling into your dorm room. Dorm rooms are small so it is important to learn how to... The post Dorm Room Decor: The Dos and Donts for College appeared first on .
by Stagetecture on Aug 11, 2014

Going forward through a new start...

It has been a month since my last blog post. Many new things popped up inside my head, but the creative tides got short of the extremely stronger gravitation pull, and that kept everything still…just a little hoo-ha came to the front. What was...
by Anshul Gautam's on Jul 12, 2014

My 1st Quarter at East-West University

  I honestly wish I'd found this school years ago when I first graduated high school in 2003. I went through so much, scrambling to "find a place" so that other people wouldn't think low of me, or think I was a loser because I didn't get into a...
by Peridot Dynasty on Jun 26, 2014

From High School to College: What to Expect the First Semester

Sending kids off to college for the first time can result in a mix of emotions for parents who wonder what to expect the first […]...
by How To Learn on Jun 4, 2014


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