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Mirror Image

Written by Alaina Garcia I stared at myself, hoping that just once, I’d see something different, that I could be someone different. Nothing changed. I took in a deep breath, and I thought to myself thoughts I would not wish on my worst enemy. I wished that I was thinner, prettier, funnier, but that wish felt like it had sunken down beneath the floorboards and I began to feel something in the pit of my stomach. I started feeling nauseous like I couldn't look at myself any longer or I'd disappear. I glanced at photos...
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Finding The Beauty In Everything

Written by Hallie Hadi Life is beautiful. But at times, many of us tend to become so blinded by what it throws at us that we forget to appreciate the beauty surrounding us. The world around us has so much to offer if only we would open our eyes and...
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4 Ways to Motivate Your Dog to Behave

Written By Natalie Mendoza I hope it goes without saying that enforcing your dog’s obedience is a must. There are two main types of reinforcement: positive and negative. Positive reinforcement motivates your dog to behave to receive some sort of reward. Negative reinforcement motivates your dog to behave to avoid...
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The Pursuit of Perfection: and How it Undermines Mediocrity

Written by Gracielle Dedo Toxic Motivation Hustle culture and ultra-positivity-based motivation have given both the Millennial and now Gen-Z generation unattainable standards—social media raves on ‘glow-up’ culture. Content-based around how to constantly reinvent oneself to fit in with the current narrative has been around since the concept of idolization has...
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Motivation and Brownies

Written by Elizabeth Pardhe Brownies in the New Year With the start of the new year comes new resolutions and new beginnings. I, for one, began 2022 with my usual list of things I wanted to stick to and learn throughout the year. On the top of my list, as...
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Artistic Burnout During the Pandemic

Written By Alex La Loggia A Creative Plague When the COVID-19 pandemic started, countries everywhere shut down as stages of government mandated quarantines began to roll out. Though most people feared how the isolation would effect their lives, many artists saw opportunity in it. The alone time seemed like the...
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3 Tips to Kick Lack of Motivation

Written by Aubrie Buldain We've all been there. You're trying to sit at your laptop and get some work done when all of a sudden something hits you, the sweet feeling of lack of motivation. Now, although it may be easy to say never mind and completely give up on...
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