Tips for a Great Morning

We are all guilty of hitting the snooze button more than once before we stumble to the kitchen for our morning cup of coffee. We rush to get dressed and fly out the door. We start the day in chaos, and sometimes it feels like we spend the rest of the day in that same...
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Keeping Track of Your Money

Checkbook? Account Register? Bank Statement? Balance My Account? What does all of this mean?  The 20-something’s of today have probably never heard of any of these terms, much less even used them. In today’s high-tech era, it’s most likely a dying practice. For those that may want to learn how we 40(+)-something’s keep track of our...
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Junk in your trunk?

We all have that one space in our home that attracts all the clutter. It is the place where you keep everything that you know you do not want to throw away, however, you are not entirely sure where it belongs. If you are an old soul like me, you have a trunk packed full...
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Can’t See the Tree for the Forest

Have you ever had one of those “aha” moments? A moment in time in which things come into focus?  The older I get, the more frequent those events become. Which leads me to wonder why I did not have these aha moments when I was much younger, but that is for another conversation. My latest...
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Mindset: Will You Succeed?

Does your mindset directly affect your success in life? Lately, I have been digging deeper to try and find the answer to this question. I started competing in sports early in life, but it wasn’t until high school that I really started to notice how much my mindset affected my performance. I specifically remember having...
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A More Fulfilled Summer

Congratulations on making it to another summer break! Hopefully your hard work these past two semesters has paid off and you’ve got some opportunities to look forward to in the next three or so months. Even if you’re someone that is no longer enrolled in school, there’s certainly something different about summer, isn’t there? Almost...
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Joy and Sorrow

Death is Not Distant In recent days, the state of Texas and the nation have come together to grieve the tragic death of Harrison Brown. Harrison was the victim of a random stabbing on the campus of the University of Texas in Austin. As the news spread quickly, and an outpouring of love and support...
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Four Questions for Your Admissions Counselor

I have been working in a university Admissions Office for almost a year now, and I have learned a lot in that time. It is important for Admissions counselors to know everything about campus, because different things will appeal to different students. Based on their interests, we can highlight the different areas of campus that each...
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