Key Points To A Good Relationship

If you’ve been in a relationship or is currently in one, then you know relationships are not perfect. No matter how much you care about and love your significant other, it still takes a lot of dedication and working together in order to make the relationship work. Every relationship is different, but there are some […]

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5 In 5: What I’ve Learned In 5 Months Of Being A Blogger

It will officially be 5 months since I have entered the blogging community (as of tomorrow) and I just can’t believe it. I feel like time has just gone by so quick and I published my first post just yesterday. I’ve enjoyed my time being in the blogger community and I have learned quite a […]

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Can I Do This? Dealing With Self Doubt

Self-Doubt /ˈˌself ˈdout/ Lack of confidence in one’s self and one’s abilities. I haven’t looked up the statistics, but I know that there’s a lot of people out there in the world who deal with self-doubt at some point in their life. I know in the creator world I’ve seen writers, bloggers, vloggers, etc really doubt […]

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Don’t Stay Silenced.

It’s no question that bullying is a big problem in the world and the worst problem is that it’s not illegal. It’s after the worst happens is when jail is involved. Before we can get into this subject, let’s define the word bullying. Bullying: unwanted aggressive behavior; observed or perceived power imbalance; and repetition of […]

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Do What You Love…Love What You Do.

How many of us are doing something right now that isn’t our ideal plan? This could be a job or even being in school with a major you’re not even into. The thing is, a lot of people end up doing things just because they either have too, need too, or feel it’s their only […]

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Insecurity…Is It Real?

The answer is yes. The end. But seriously, there are people in the world that think insecurity is just a figment of the imagination. In some instances they’re right…but it’s a lot more than that. Let’s look more into the word “Insecure”. in·se·cure /ˌinsəˈkyo͝or/ (of a person) not confident or assured; uncertain and anxious (Google). I […]

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Tick Tock Goes The Social Clock

Social Clock: “The culturally expected time spans of such traditional events of adulthood”(psychologenie.com). Some of us have heard of the social clock. For those who haven’t, It’s that moment in your 20’s where you’ve experienced feeling behind and like everyone is completely ahead in life. Sounds familiar? That’s because more than likely you either are […]

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How To Get Through Group Meetings In College

Last week I gave you guys some tips on how to get through group projects that you can read here. Today, I’m going to give a few tips on how to get through the essential meetings you need in order to help make a successful project. If you’re in need of a few tips then […]

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Why You Shouldn’t Use The Term “Oreo”

O·re·o /ôrēˌō/ : an African-American who is seen, especially by other blacks, as wishing to be part of the white establishment (google definition). Urban Dictionary definition: A stereotype created by blacks to be used for other blacks who are “black on the outside, white on the inside”. Black being their skin color, and white meaning to display […]

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How To Get Through Group Projects

If you’ve ever been in school, then you know all about one of the most dreading parts of it. Group Projects. I understand the whole concept teachers/professors try to convey with having group projects, but it doesn’t exactly always work out. Sometimes instead of learning team building, the only thing you learn is how many […]

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