Worrying does not take away tomorrow's sorrows; it takes away today's peace.


October 2014

Why You Need To Stop Accepting Conditional Love

James Michael Sama

I was talking to a friend of mine earlier about her current dating situation, the subject of challenges we all face in life, and how a significant other will handle them. She is in the very early stages of seeing someone, but those stages are still there to teach you about a person.


A lot of us have either been in a relationship with somebody, or know someone else who has, that seemed to care just a little bit (or a lot) less than we did. We may have been let down by a variety of reasons – either they just didn’t feel the same way, they ‘friend zoned’ you, or they gave you the ever popular: “It’s not you, it’s me.” Either way, the feeling of rejection is the same. While we all handle it differently, it is a safe bet to assume there were a few periods of…

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You are 2 words away from a more productive day.

As a college student, I know a thing or two about procrastination. I know how it feels to have overwhelming assignment lists, full calendars, and motivation that is lacking to zero. However, once we take the pressure off ourselves to achieve accomplishment after accomplishment we can rid ourselves of the anxiety that closely follows procrastination. Here is how, in just two simple words:

“No biggie.”

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5 Reasons not to text your ex.

The desire to contact our exes can be unbearable at times. You start rationalizing different reasons why you should reach out and how great it would be if you two had a conversation again. Now in the digital age, making this mistake occurs on a regular basis, but here are 5 clear reasons you should open your heart to new possibilities, and not the “compose message” screen.

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