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Post Graduation Wellness

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Post-graduation stress, anxiety, and depression are REAL! Once they call your name and you walk across that stage, you will officially become a college graduate! Freedom, fun, and adventure await! Two years ago, when I graduated with my undergraduate degree, I felt excited to finally be out of school but that feeling did not last long. A few weeks after graduating I began to job search, and it was not easy. Receiving several rejection calls and emails within a day started to become emotionally draining and imposer syndrome started to creep up again. If you begin to feel any sort of way after graduation just remember that YOU BELONG and that YOU DID IT! If your anxiety and/or depression starts to get bad- seek help!

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9 Ways College Students Can Furnish Their Dorm Rooms on a Budget

9 Ways College Students Can Furnish Their Dorm Rooms on a Budget

Don’t have a lot of money for dorm room furniture and accessories? Check out these ideas for how to furnish a dorm room on a budget. After paying tuition fees, books, meals and room costs, it’s unlikely you’ll have a lot of money left over for dorm room furniture and accessories. But since you’ll be spending lots of time here it makes sense to pretty it up a little (even if it’s just one side of the room). Check out these ideas for how to furnish a dorm room on a budget and and make it your home away from home.

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7 Ways to Balance a Healthy Lifestyle at College

7 Ways to Balance a Healthy Lifestyle at College

As a young adult, it is important to fuel your body and implement self-care into your daily routine. Whether you’re still in college or living a post-graduation ‘adulting’ lifestyle, eating healthy, practicing mindfulness and exercising on a daily basis is imperative to feeling your absolute best. However, practicing a healthy lifestyle can get pricey very quickly and it’s normal to have a limited amount of money to spend at this stage in life. Unless you have a job or side hustle in college...

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A Shortcut on the Road to Investing

A Shortcut on the Road to Investing

Investing during college can be a challenge. There are a few options to put away a little bit of money but for the most part we students tend to be strapped for cash and rarely have the time to analyze stocks. Perhaps the best thing we can do is set ourselves up for future investment opportunities. Investing starts with budgeting or making a spending plan. Learning how to spend money effectively is a good skill to learn and can ultimately help us get what we really want in the long run rather than what we want in the moment.

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Healthy & Budget-Friendly Meals for Students

Healthy & Budget-Friendly Meals for Students

Being a college student is hard. You have to balance school work, your job, friends, family, and sleep. That makes it hard to also find food that’s healthy and cheap. But don't get discouraged, you can do it with just a little planning and some creative, healthy ideas. Continue reading for amazing and healthy recipe suggestions...

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Last Updated: 2/9/18