• Five Ways to Manage Online College Courses

    July 21, 2017

    As an aspiring Speech Language Pathologist (SLP), I’ve decided that I would take a year’s worth of prerequisite courses to prepare myself for a Master’s education in SLP. The trouble with these courses is that they are 100% online. This at first seemed amazing because of the convenience of working on assignments in my free…

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  • 4 Ways to Start Saving Early

    May 1, 2017

    So many people in their early twenties and late teens struggle with saving up money, don’t know how to keep track of their finances or build up their credit. It’s so important to not drop your credit score during these years, which seems nearly impossible with so many larger expenses starting to come into play.…

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  • The Scary Adjustment into Adulthood

    April 20, 2017

    This is not an easy thing to think about. There are so many questions running through my mind… What will my first REAL job be? What is going to happen in the upcoming months? Where will I be living? It’s hard to think about all these questions, especially when I’ve been so “overplanned” most of…

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  • Getting Through Those Pre-Interview Jitters

    February 13, 2017

    Today’s the day! Today I get to walk into the College of Health and Sciences and pour my heart out about how much I love their program. Today is the day that could get me on the path I’ve always wanted or push me onto a longer track towards attaining my dream vocation. I’ve been studying…

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