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12 Items Every Woman Should Have At Her Desk At Work

While we should all strive for healthy work-life balance, it is a simple fact that if you work an office job, you’ll probably spend a good amount of time at your desk.  It doesn’t have to be a drag though. There are some items that can make your desk job [...]

How Bad Habits Are Holding You Back From Success

We all develop bad habits that impact our decisions on a daily basis. Whether you are an impulse shopper, binge eater, compulsive liar or you are involved in a relationship that frankly shouldn’t be long term, all our bad habits hold us back from living a more productive lifestyle.  Why [...]

5 Types of Apps Every Woman Should Have On Her Phone

It’s 2018. We’re all glued to our phones, but it’s important that we make our phones work for us. They need to be tools to make our lives easier, not just something to use in order to procrastinate. Here are 5 types of apps every woman should have on her [...]

7 Essentials That Should Always Be In Your Work Bag

With summer internship season upon us, now is the time to start thinking about the items to have in your work bag, so you can be best prepared for your first day. You want to find the balance between being properly prepared and having to carry way too much stuff [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

5 Things To Know Before Subleasing

With spring on it's way and the beginning of summer internships just a little bit away, subleasing is on many people’s minds.  No one likes living in dorm housing over the summer when you’ve already spent the school year doing it, so many summer interns turn to subleasing apartments, homes, [...]

Rise and Shine: 4 Ways To Become A Morning Person

What happened to the phrase ‘rise and shine?’ Nobody shines anymore since we are plagued with inefficiency. Social media, procrastination, and blatantly inefficient habits keep us all awake at night later than we are comfortable admitting. It seems that essentially everyone deems themselves as a night owl, but I challenge [...]

5 Remarkable Women Of The Bible

As Christians in this day and age, but especially as Christian women, it can be extremely difficult to hold fast to God’s word when we have the whole world telling us that our God is sexist and that he places men above us. This could not be farther from the [...]

6 Ways To Help Quiet Your Anxiety

I’ve definitely struggled with my share of anxiety. Growing up, I always showed signs of being a school-oriented individual. Always studying, always signing up for the demanding classes, and always subjecting myself to loading my schedule with tons of extracurriculars. I soon realized that I had a lot of obligations [...]

A Girl’s Guide To Embracing Criticism

I grew up in a family of high achievers. My siblings and I had great examples of what achieving success should look like.  A factor that I strongly believe leads to success is acknowledging criticism. I learned to embrace criticism when I was fourteen years old.  I remember coming home [...]