End School Shootings

My heart goes out to the South Florida high school shooting victims and their families. Moments like these are hard to bare and make me question whether I want to have children. Why does this keep happening? When will the madness stop? I wish my desire to have it end was enough. I am a…

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If You Like It, Wear It

In the United States, we tend to worship self-indulgence and consumption. Everything is easily accessible here. In college, I was such a wasteful consumer and I am not proud of myself for it. Now, every month, I go through my closet and donate anything I do not use. I watched one documentary on minimalism and…

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Great Things Never Come From Comfort Zones

If I can be a positive conveyor of information for others, then this process is 100% worth it. Honestly, it’s been the most rewarding experience. There was once a time in my life where I lived for the weekends. Now, I am the kind of person who lives for Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday.  You…

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It Is What It Is. Accept It.

There are many people in this country who refuse to accept that Donald Trump is our president and that’s fine.  I can understand why people are upset. However, he is the President of the United States of America. He won fair and square. I came to terms with it a month or so after the…

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Student Struggles by Kayleigh Rose

  College, or university as we’d say in the UK, usually brings independence, amazing memories and success- but with that comes challenges, stress and, quite often, disruptions to our mental health. In research studies, it states that 27% of students report having a mental health problem during their studies- with this being more prevalent in…

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