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Your Quick Guide to Navigating the 2021 Job Market

Whether you’ve been in the professional world for the majority of your life or you’re just now dipping your toes into the pond, searching for a new job can feel intimidating. Putting yourself out there, even if it’s just emailing in a resume and cover letter, opens you up to the possibility of change. You’re …

6 Recipes that Will Make You Look Like a Professional Chef

Here’s an incredibly unrelated moment: sitting down to the dinner table with friends and family, knowing your loved ones are about to love the food you prepared. Even if you’re supremely confident in your food, there’s usually a few-second period of panic – until the first person takes a bite and loves the taste. Nailed …

Jerky, Granola and Too Much Water: Packing Hiking Meals like a Pro

Picture this: you’ve been trekking up a mountain for the past two hours, leisurely sipping from your water bottle, watching where you step, chatting with your fellow hikers and snapping pictures of the views. You haven’t twisted an ankle or soaked your boot in a puddle, so as far as you can tell, all is …

6 Activities You’ll Enjoy More Sober

When living sober, you experience a newfound freedom. No longer is your brain plagued with the need to find the next drink or hit, no longer do you focus all your attention on when and where you can get substances, and no longer are you left reeling from the effects of withdrawal. It’s a freedom …

Staying open and engaged through experiential learning

Everyone has a different learning style. Some people can retain information just by listening to a lecture; others need videos to get the concept to stick; still others require hands-on tools or something more tactile. Whether you learn best through flashcards or acronyms, there’s no “one size fits all” approach to learning and memory retention. …