Every day, we should strive to become better versions of ourselves by seeking a multitude of learning experiences. As a youth, we hold a sense of social responsibility, and becoming involved in the community helps you to grow and develop both intrapersonal and social skills.
Drifting away from someone you have known for a long time can be really difficult, but sometimes it is the best thing we can do for our emotional well-being. As life carries on, things change and people do too. No matter how hard it may be, trying to move on as life carries us in a new direction is occasionally necessary.
Controlling the level of anxiety is the key to helping your academic career to be as smooth as possible.
Reducing the clutter in your life not only helps you focus better, but it also has been proven to be a surprisingly cathartic activity.
Building good money habits now is a gift that will keep on giving into adulthood, and later on, can help you achieve financial freedom faster and easier.
Happy February! We’re two months into the new year, so if you didn’t set some goals in January, or if you’ve fallen off track with the ones you did set, February is the perfect time to focus and reflect.
Your academic and social life can be affected by your lifestyle habits. Research proves that regular fitness habits can aid to better your attention span, memory, reduce your stress levels and consequently, enhance your learning.
Are you finding yourself alone on Saturday nights? Uncomfortable in a new environment of unfamiliar faces? Or simply looking for some new company to liven up your week?
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