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Teenage Stress

By Amy Pino It’s no secret that being a teenager is hard, and comes with its own set of difficulties. It’s also no secret that school and the pressure to succeed are becoming larger percentages of these difficulties. While some stress may come from simply being a teenager and its [...]

By | December 18th, 2011|0 Comments

Are Energy Drinks Worth It?

By Jake Edwards Energy drinks. Love ‘em or hate ‘em, sometimes they’re just what you need to get through the rest of your day. Most simply assume that drinking one or two will give you the burst of energy you want and will have little or no consequences, but are [...]

By | December 18th, 2011|0 Comments

Rising Stress

By Erin Butterfield This year there is a record level of stress found in college freshmen. The emotional health of freshmen in college has declined to the lowest level it's ever been, and it's mainly because of the pressures that high school instilled in these students. Some people think that [...]

By | February 7th, 2011|0 Comments

Attaining Happiness

It would not be unusual to find me sobbing over the swollen piano keys, or fretting aimlessly over a missed chemistry assignment, or scribbling words into the thinning pages of my diary. It would not be unusual to find me...

By | April 2nd, 2010|0 Comments

How to keep stress from getting you down

Planning your day can help you accomplish more and feel more in control of your life. Write a to-do list, putting the most important tasks at the top. Keep a schedule of your daily activities to minimize conflicts and last-minute rushes. Another great way is to prioritize your time. Time-consuming but relatively unimportant tasks can consume a lot of your day. Prioritizing tasks will ensure that you spend your time and energy on those that are truly important to you. Say no to nonessential tasks. Consider your goals and schedule before agreeing to take on additional work.

By | February 17th, 2010|0 Comments