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Navigating Big Life Transitions

Graduation balloons fill living rooms and college dorms echo with the sounds of packing tape. It’s the start of summer, and for many young people, this time signifies the start of big life transitions. Amidst the bittersweet goodbyes and nostalgic reflections, a sense of anticipation fills the air. Change is hard but it also opens […]

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College Tips 101

Hi, everyone! Do you want to go to college? Are you in college already? Your choice is valid, whether you choose to go to college or not; some people benefit from it and some don’t. But for those of you who do want to go to college and are worried about it and those of […]

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Academic Anxiety

Data shows that approximately 32% of teens suffer from anxiety, and that this number is expected to grow. Academic anxiety is a subset of generalized anxiety resulting from schoolwork or stress related to schoolwork. A 2015 Cornell University study identified four components of academic anxiety: Worry: Thoughts that prevent you from successfully studying or completing […]

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How I Managed My First Job

During the decrease of COVID’s prominence toward the end of 2021, I had just begun my sophomore year. The air was starting to chill and teachers were getting more comfortable with assigning mass amounts of work that nobody was ready to do. In the midst of this adjustment to what “real” high school felt like, […]

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