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How much do you really know about Valentine's Day?
The Law of Attraction says that the thoughts you think call similar thoughts to you.
Welcome back and Happy New Year! I hope you had a great holiday and a relaxing break, and that if you returned home, my advice from the previous post was useful. ...
You may need to embellish just a little with some politically correct answers because you’d never want to offend or disappoint great aunt Gertrude.
Plan and prepare for all of the exciting upcoming events surrounding your high school graduation.
Find out how you can keep your New Year's resolutions.
Return to school to fulfill unpursued dreams.
Have a fun and safe Hallo-weekend!
Recapture childhood nostalgia by attending a summer camp tailored to adults.
By the time this blog posts, I will officially be a college graduate! The event I've been talking about forever will have finally happened -- and it's starting to hit me. ...
So this is the end of one journey. It feels like everything in my life has closed its doors lately. The weird thing is usually one door closes and another one ...
We could watch these Thanksgiving favorites on repeat, year-round.
Whether you’re looking for peer-to-peer advice or a place to share your experiences and vent, you’ve found it. For the first time, FastWeb users can talk to each other and chat ...
Howard University Homecoming. Credit: Howard.edu
Don't let high school slip by without getting involved and making memories.
Embrace failure to get over it.
Resolutions following these guidelines will actually start to make you feel happier, healthier and, unbelievably, life will seem sunnier even on the gloomiest of days.
Regardless of the school you’ve ended up committing to, it’s all about perspective and learning more about the great aspects of your future college.
With the New Year ringing in, people make promises or resolutions so that their year can start off with a bang.
High school is a journey--what have you taken away from your experience?