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5 Tips for Surviving a Summer at Home

So, you’re back home for summer break. Whether you were an hour or 48 hours away from home, living with your parents again will be an adjustment for both you and them. While family reunions are often joyous times, it’s realistic to anticipate some conflict. Here are a few ways you can minimize the friction.…
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5 House Sharing Etiquette Tips

House sharing with people who aren’t friends, family, or a significant other may sound strange, but it’s a common practice all over the world. When you’re temporarily sharing a house with others, etiquette can be tough to navigate. Each household has their own unique way of doing things, but here are some universal etiquette tips…
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5 Tips to Help You Ace Your Term Paper

By: Alexis Walters | May 1 2019 Are you the type of person that prefers final exams and dreads term papers? Don’t fret – this former English major will share some tips to help you ace your next essay. Focus on finding supporting evidence – whether it’s a research paper or a book review, the quotations you…
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5 Reasons to Choose St. Louis for Your Summer Internship

By: Alexis Walters | April 16 2019 Trying to decide between internship opportunities? The location is a huge factor in an internship decision. If you’re not familiar with St. Louis and have been considering an internship there, here are some reasons why it may be the best choice you can make. 1.  Attractions  St. Louis is known…
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5 Ways to Feel Fulfilled with an Empty Nest

By: Alexis Walters | April 3 2019 Leaving for college -- this is one of the biggest moments in a young person’s life and can be a bittersweet time for the parents, too. Just because they’re leaving the nest, it doesn’t mean that you have to feel empty. Instead of mourning the departure and looking at the…
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