My students got to pick a topic of their choice, something that meant something to them. One wrote about measuring success; another wrote about starting a new life after a big move. Check out their thoughts.
I challenged students in my Thrive program to write posts on their choice of topics. Procrastination and stress were two topics that showed up.
Life skills, internships, teens, and arguments. I’m blown away.
It’s a new year. Got a list of resolutions? Take a read to help set yourself up so you can actually follow through and make a change.
A teen’s perspective on learning to make healthy friendships and find your “tribe,” that group that “gets” you.
Education, college, and job preparedness for the real world. What if we could be a Simon?
Jumping off a cliff because your friends are going to? Maybe, just maybe, it’s not always a bad thing for our teens.
It’s a crazy busy week in college — stress is knocking. Let’s talk how to answer and not get flattened.
A while back, I wrote a letter to my teen about beating burnout and becoming more productive. Where the message was driven home for her? Her college’s fraternity rush and hazing. (Yes, you read that correctly.) Reminder to my adult…
Recently Lexie shared some thoughts on the usefulness of taking a break. Yes, that fondness for Netflix may be more useful than my adult self has thought! Today we’ve got another teen’s take on the importance of taking a break,…