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Quote of The Day: not knowing

From my meditation today… Not knowing is a strength, not a weakness, It lets us be open to new ideas, different opinions, to a world we may have not known otherwise.

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Does Using Social Media Make You Lonely?

By Mayah Taylor, MA Since the beginning of the internet, pundits agree that social media has created a way to connect millions of people across the globe with each other through the internet and various electronic devices like computers and smartphones. Today’s social media consists of the popular Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Snapchat to name […]

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Quote of the day: stop searching

If you find parts of yourself missing, do not search for them in somebody else. I swear you will find them one day; and if not, you will discover pieces you have never seen before. You are not a simple work of art. You are the entire museum. -The Minds Journal

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Freshman Survival Guide: 5 Tips for Your First Year of College

-Mayah Taylor, MA You are about to start your first year in college. You may be wondering: What is the best way to prepare, and what can I expect? Transitioning from high school to college is a big step for any young adult. There’s an increase in responsibility and independence that accompanies this major change. […]

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Kids Going to College: 5 Tips for Parents

-Mayah Taylor Parenthood has two big transitions, when our children arrive and when they leave. There will be other milestones. But for many, the moment on the horizon is kids going to college. Watching your child go from diapers to a grown person taking their first steps into adulthood can fill you with a multitude […]

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Picture of the day

We’ve become so used to the constant flowing stream of thoughts. Let’s learn to tame these wild thoughts and not take them so seriously. This is achievable through mindfulness. A freedom from obtrusive thoughts.