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Asian American Hate Crimes

COVID-19 changed many things for many people.  Suddenly, we knew what it was like to be scared to go outside. We learned what it was like to be separated from our friends and family for indefinite periods of time.  We experienced extreme loneliness and isolation.

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Learning to Ask For What You Want

It’s easy to get caught up in the everyday grind.  You fall into a monotonous routine of charging through each day, head down, focused on the task in front of you and stressing about the list of to-dos that need to be accomplished before the day’s end.

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Listen to that Gut Feeling

How many times have you had a strong gut feeling?  Deep in the pit of your stomach, you can’t really explain what it is, but that feeling is either strongly urging you toward something or telling you not to do something.

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Feminism – noun: equality / is not synonymous with man-hating

The push for gender equality has been a long, extensive fight and it’s not over yet.  Even still, the word “feminist” has a very different connotation depending on who provides the definition.   Those that ascribe themselves the label of feminist argue that they are equal rights activists. 

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Dating your best friend: Are the Rom Coms Right?

We’ve all seen it, the engagement photos, caption reading, so excited to marry my best friend. Should you though? Romantic comedies allude to this all the time: the best friend who has been overlooked the whole movie, turns out to be the protagonist’s one and only. The two best friends are meant to be together!

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Intentionality – Setting Goals and Sticking To Them

With the New Year comes new hopes, new plans, and new resolutions. These vague goals of self-improvement often look like: get fit, eat healthy, make more money, be a boss!  But, how long do the resolutions last? Before the month is even over, you’ve probably abandoned all hope of trying to achieve these ambiguous goals that are supposed to make you better.

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Deleting Toxic Relationships

Social media doesn’t have to be a sordid blast to the past

Toxic relationships come in many forms:  exes who don’t let up, frenemies who bring nothing but negativity, and even the occasional crazy randoms who have the ability to stick around for as long as they do because technology makes it so easy. 

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Don’t Be Afraid To Ask For That Raise

Know your worth! There is still a pay gap in America.  According to business.org women make 80¢ for every dollar that their male counterpart makes.   A large part of this is due to the fact that women are afraid to talk about money.  Where men tend to overvalue their skills, women do the exact opposite.

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5 Inspiring African-American Women Who Helped Shape American History

February is Black History Month and, while more and more schools are advocating for the inclusion of the contributions of the African-Americans to the nation’s history as part of the way history is taught to children, it’s disheartening to find out that some teachers don’t really give the topic the proper amount of time it deserves in class. 

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Beware the Faux Feminist

We’ve all heard the phrase actions speak louder than words.  In today’s society, people are getting louder and louder. I don’t mean to say that is a bad thing because it’s not.  It’s amazing that people are vocal for the causes they support and for the change they wish to see in the world; people should stand up for civil liberties and human rights.

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