Haunted Halloween Happenings

October 31st, 2014|

Happy Halloween everyone! Still looking for things to do this weekend? Take advantage of some of these haunted halloween happenings. Keep calm & spook on! […]

Boston Startup Spotlight: Women’s iLab

October 28th, 2014|

Last week I had the opportunity to attend a Suffolk University Women in Business event, a forum for female Business students to come together each week and listen to dynamic guest speakers. On this occasion, the featured speaker was Katrina Melesciuc, Co-founder of a tech and innovation startup called Women’s iLab (or Women’s Innovation Lab). With her startup all about empowering women, I wanted to share a few things I took away from her inspiring story. […]

First Month of College Lessons

October 14th, 2014|

What losing in flag football taught me about my first month of college Yes, college is a transition, that is very true, but hearing it repeated for days straight in orientation takes the effect out of it. When I arrived on campus I was swarmed by about a dozen helpers ready to move me in to my new room; my new home. […]

Legendary Semester Step Two: Mind and Body

October 7th, 2014|

Now that you armed yourself with a few apps to keep you organized and to entertain you on your way to class. Have you written your semester resolution yet? A semester resolution is a great way to set yourself up for a Legendary Semester. […]

Legendary Semester Step One: Arm Yourself with Apps

October 7th, 2014|

Some of you might be waiting with bated breath for the next semester to start, while others may be bemoaning having to wake up early again. No matter what, the next semester is upon us and there is nothing we can do about it… Except plan to make this one a legendary semester! […]

Is College the Right Choice?

October 7th, 2014|

Every year multiple news and media outlets create their list of the year’s best colleges. Now, these lists are enticing to young students because they provide an easy-to-understand and quick-to-look-through list of where they should be going to college. But, they also might make students feel negatively about their choice based on the ranking of their school. […]

“Thrive”: Living a Life Well Lived Now

October 7th, 2014|

After the passing of my Grandmother, I realized, at her funeral how many lives she had touched. Growing up she had always made an effort to make a connection with every person she met. She would call her doctors just to see how they were doing, and she would invite strangers in to sit and talk with her over a meal. I remember fondly her love (for life and everyone), her food and her company. […]

Why Do We Need Goals?

October 7th, 2014|

I read somewhere once that a dream only becomes a goal once you write it down. What is it about goals that seem so much more serious than a dream? Why do we need to have goals in the first place? The secret to truly enjoy what life has to offer you have to balance accomplishing your goals and living presently in each moment. However this sometimes seems like an insurmountable task. All of this turmoil about goals leads to one question. […]

How to Reduce Stress: Show Up

October 7th, 2014|

It’s common knowledge that exercise releases endorphins. We might over look this fact from time to time, especially if you are very busy and focused on school, relationships and/or your career. It doesn’t feel like there is enough time in the day to fit it everything on the “to-do” list let alone fit it regular exercise. If you feel this way you are most likely stressed! […]

Diversity, Pride and Innovation: Organization Spotlight

October 7th, 2014|

We often embrace things that are different as something new and interesting. In business world it’s called innovation. However, for non-profits and charity organizations that cater to a niche market, their innovations can sometimes obscure them from the public. The LGBTQ community is one of the most diverse and multicultural communities on the planet. The community of support is equally as diverse catering to niche markets such as: Boi’s of Color, Suicide prevention training and support, gender-conforming healthcare services and even elderly-care. For each of these niche markets there are inspiring organizations that are stepping up in support of these more specific needs in innovative ways. […]