College & Stress

  As an only child and the oldest cousin, I was the first to go to college. My mother stayed home and went to college and my father only went away to college for a short time. I didn’t really have anyone to give me any real advice on how to handle a lot ofContinue reading “College & Stress”

College 101: Making It On Nothing

Many think that if you’re going to College that some how your family is rich or well off. For many students this maybe true. For the rest of us, going to college is a true privilege. Maybe your family isn’t well off and you’re parent or parent(s) had to scrape together pennies, nickels and dimesContinue reading “College 101: Making It On Nothing”

College 101: Time Management Tips

When my main character Melody Thomas from my debut novel “Drama University” was in College in the early 2000’s, there weren’t any iPhones or Google Calendars to keep track of all of her assignments and social events. She just used her good ‘ol student planner like she always had. Many people still use a paperContinue reading “College 101: Time Management Tips”

College 101: Advice From A College Grad

Every time back-to-school rolls around, I get a bit nostalgic about my school days. (I know most of you are a few weeks into the semester now.) As a graduate of MWSU, I can honestly say that College was one of the best times of my life. Going away¬†from your home to attend school isContinue reading “College 101: Advice From A College Grad”

College 101: Caring For Yourself While Sick Away At School

Since most schools are just now getting into the first semester, I thought this would be a handy post to make. The first time I got sick and I was away at College, it was my second semester of freshman year. It was probably the 2nd week back at school from semester break. I hadContinue reading “College 101: Caring For Yourself While Sick Away At School”