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Just Grow It.

Just Grow It.

Did anyone bake a pie on the 14th? So spring has arrived and it’s nearly time to start one of my new favorite pastimes, gardening. When I say ‘new’ favorite that’s not completely true. I was surrounded by gardening growing up; my Dad had a vegetable garden at home. More of an influence on my […]

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TT: More on Stress..

TT: More on Stress..

I’ve been hitting the nail on the head with this, “how stress affects your everyday life,” thing for awhile now and today I wanted to share with you guys another link on the issue. I dont know this young lady personally but, hopefully you see her and DNews more qualified to speak to you guys […]

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The Worst Sale You’ll Ever Make

The Worst Sale You’ll Ever Make

  Hello again my beloved Raptors, It has been a while since we last spoke. I hope you all had some pretty stellar experiences over spring break. My own break was extremely stress relieving. I spent the entire week sleeping, reading, eating, and talking with my wonderful girlfriend. I’ve recently been reading “IT”, my new favorite book, […]

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Teaching Tuesday

Teaching Tuesday

  I am the queen of rash decisions. Yet, ironically, I scold other people for being impatient. I am the person that waits their turn in line at the store. I can tutor someone for hours before tiring, I spend days at a time perfecting school projects and getting my research just right, and I […]

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Mama Bear’s Lesson #8

Mama Bear’s Lesson #8

Good Evening Raptors! I hope everyone’s spring break was relaxing. This semester for me has been pretty hectic. I am in class full time, working after classes and going to the gym in my free time. When I tell people about my schedule they are confused why I planned it out this way, but it […]

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LET’S TALK ABOUT SEX BABY!

LET’S TALK ABOUT SEX BABY!

Even it today’s hyper-sexualized and permissive society of Tinder digital hook-ups, simply saying the word sex out loud still evokes an immediate reaction, and not always positive, but attention it gets. On television and in films we get a steady, unyielding diet of sex in infinite and myriad varieties.  On the internet we are constantly bombarded with […]

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I Spy Pie

I Spy Pie

Now I remember why this is called ‘spring’ semester. I can’t believe that a week ago we were surrounded by snow and now there is an array of small purple flowers (not sure what they are called) blooming on our front lawn. Yay to that! And fingers crossed this is the start of more to […]

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TT: Advice from the Wise..

TT: Advice from the Wise..

A friend of mine recently brought to my attention an article interviewing Billionaire Warren Buffett on goals. In the article, Buffett wanted to help his employee get ahead in his working life, so he suggested that the employee list the twenty-five most important things he wanted to accomplish in the next few years. He then […]

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Spring- the revival of life

Spring- the revival of life

Good evening students, faculty, and friends   As I was leaving the campus the other day, I noticed the brown of the grass, the leafless trees waiting to bud, and the smell of new life in the air. Spring is nigh upon us, and I encourage all of you to get out, at your earliest […]

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Tiny Tuesday

Tiny Tuesday

If you’ve had more than one conversation with me within the last few months, chances are that I mentioned, hinted at, or flat out lectured you about tiny houses. If not then I’ll gladly use this opportunity to tell you all about them! A tiny house is exactly what it sounds like—a smaller version of […]

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