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4 Ways To Balance Ambitious Career Goals With Your Love Life

If you are reading this, it’s likely because you’re at a crossroad. Don’t worry, though, you aren’t alone. Many young professionals are in the process of applying 0r interviewing for job or internship opportunities this summer. Some are trying to decide which college or graduate school they want to attend. [...]

Scripture Sunday: Ephesians 2:8-9

If you ask the average American Christian the way to get to heaven, most will respond with some variation of living “good lives” or being “good people.” That is the typical cultural mindset. Since the majority of Americans aren’t murderers or anything of the sort, most feel that they are [...]

A Busy Girl’s Guide To Relaxation

Taking time to relax may be one of the more difficult things to do in life for young women who are working hard to accomplish their goals.  Our calendars are full and the to-do lists are long. It can be easy to get caught up in the hustle and forget to [...]

10 Inspiring TED Talks Every Twenty Something Should Watch

TED: a community that promotes the spread of global ideas over an array of topics and issues from international affairs to scientific discoveries. TED talks are not only educational, but can be very inspirational as well. We have all been faced with challenges in life, and sometimes it is hard [...]

10 Myths About Guns Spread During March For Our Lives

This past weekend, I curiously followed the various March for Our Lives events across the country to develop a general understanding of the types of policies these marchers were really advocating for. Unsurprisingly, I noticed a couple recurring themes. Most of the protesters' interviews, signs, and posts either lacked any [...]

4 Movies The Reagans Loved That You Can Watch Today

The Reagans were emblematic of a great marriage. They are also two individuals we miss dearly to this day, but their visions and their impact on the world lives on. The latest impact of their time in the White House has manifested in Mark Weinberg’s book, Movie Nights with the [...]

A Beginner’s Guide To Drinking Tea

We're busy. We sometimes sacrifice sleep to finish our to do lists. We often lean on tea or coffee to help keep us alert. However, studies have been conducted that present some intriguing facts. Tea may be a more beneficial drink than coffee. Tea has been used for centuries for [...]

8 Things Everyone Should Do At The End Of Every Month

We all live busy lives, and we want to make them as simple as possible where we can. Whenever a new month starts, we are left reeling over how fast (or slow) the previous month went and forced to prepare for the month ago. However, I’ve learned that there are [...]

A Conservative’s Guide To The Environment

“We are the party of America’s growers, producers, farmers, ranchers, foresters, miners, commercial fishermen, and all those who bring from the earth the crops, minerals, energy, and the bounties of our seas that are the lifeblood of our economy."  RNC 2016 Platform In recent year, even decades, the conversations around [...]

34 Senate Seats Up For Re-Election This November

The 2018 midterm elections have largely been characterized as a test of the traditional two-party political system in America. More specifically, this election year will largely be viewed as a test of the viability of the Republican Party, and President Trump. There are 34 Senate seats up for reelection this [...]