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Seven Suggestions to Avoid Study Burnout

Note: This post is relevant to everyone studying. Whether you are in high school, college, law school or any other graduate study, if you are giving it your all, you will burn out from time to time. 1,000 more words

College Student Success

Interested in working with a life coach this year?

This 2015 get a Life (Coach)!

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I’m reaching out to people to promote my life coaching practice. I finished my life coaching certification from the… 293 more words

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I Have A Publishing Contract: Week 1

You may have noticed that last week, I made a little announcement. Okay, not a little announcement. A FREAKIN’ BIG ANNOUNCEMENT. The Order of the Key, my literary BABY, has been contracted for publication. 945 more words

Writing

2015 - one month in...

I didn’t make any new year’s resolutions, it seems that making an idea into a resolution dooms it to failure. I contemplated ‘dry January’ but lasted 10 days. 828 more words

Serious Stomach Stress and Sabotage

My first marriage was to a man, who although pleasant, had less financial sense than a 5 year old.  This wasn’t just me – his own mother was relieved we were marrying so I could take care of him.  697 more words

AUTOIMMUNE DISEASES

The Pitfall of "Work-Life Balance"

I have been giving some thought to the notion of “work-life balance”. It is a term we use and reference so frequently in student affairs but is this the correct approach? 385 more words

Student Affairs

Who will define your balance?

It is a harsh reality, but in the end we are responsible for finding our own work life balance. Bad news and good news. Today as I scramble to finish five urgent projects I am reminded that no company policies will find more time in my day for balance. 146 more words

Leadership