How To Get Volunteer Hours In College + Free Printable

Throwback to (maybe?) Freshman year of HS Service has always been a huge part of my life. My mother always made sure that my sisters and I were either volunteering at her hospital, the church, or whatever else she could find. I always found joy in it because the people we were serving were always so appreciative, even for the smallest things. That’s part of the reason why I decided to pursue a career in medicine– it’s a life full…

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“Welcome to the Rest of Your Life”: College Orientation

For me, the reality of college set in when it came time for me to go to orientation. I was very anxious because this was the first time, in a very long time, where I was going to be surrounded by folks that I didn’t know. Orientation was the first of many unfamiliar college experiences I had last year and needless to say those moments can be very intimidating. Today, I’m bringing you this post to attempt to help you…

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Just a Little Push to Keep You (and me) Going

As finals week approaches, a lot of us have grades that are solely depending on that one test and a lot of us have grades that are so far gone, it doesn’t matter what we get on the final as the outcome will be the same. Both of these situations can lead anyone to start questioning their ability to succeed, but I’m here to tell you that we have to finish strong! I do realize that this is easier said…

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Conquering The Laundry Room

Doing laundry is probably one of the most annoying tasks ever! It’s not pleasurable at home, but in college I swear it’s so much worse. In my residence hall we have a communal laundry room. That’s right, it looks just like a laundry mat. It’s shared among 17 floors of 2 buildings and we only have 20 washers and 20 dryers. As you can imagine, laundry days are hectic. I’m writing this post because I’m currently waiting on someone to…

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For All The (Future) Sociology Majors

  After going through the process myself, I’m a huge advocate for majoring in something that’s geared towards your passions. When I changed my major from Biology to Sociology, those close to me were a bit skeptical. “What do you plan to do with that?” I confidently said, “I’m still working towards medical school, but I’m going to enjoy the journey”. This post is for those who think they want to major in Sociology but aren’t sure what they would…

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