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The Summer Productivity Challenge: Only Boring People Get Bored

The Summer Productivity Challenge: Only Boring People Get Bored During your end of the year exams, it probably feels like there aren’t enough hours in the day to get everything done. Come summer, however, you’ll have much more free time. Even if you’re working or taking classes, you will have more free time than you do during…

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10 Things You NEED To Do This Thanksgiving Break

10 Things You NEED To Do This Thanksgiving Break Our mission with every weekly blog post is to give you (or your child) ways to improve – ways to become a more organized student, a stronger college applicant, or a move ambitious young professional. Today, we’re giving you ten things high school or college students…

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How to Help the Victims of Hurricane Harvey

How to Help the Victims of Hurricane Harvey   “Amidst such devastation, we are so grateful to report that our Enrichery family is safe and sound. While formal academic coaching sessions have been canceled, we can use this time to reflect on one valuable life lesson. Keep your priorities straight. There is nothing like a…

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"It's On Us" to Keep Each Other Safe

“It’s On Us” to Keep Each Other Safe This blog post is slightly different from the rest. We’ve given you plenty of information on academics and extracurriculars, but we all know that your social life throughout high school and college is hugely important.  Yesterday, the campaign It’s On Us posted a new video called “Autocorrect.” It’s On Us is…

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Some Tips to Ease Your Freshman Fears

Some Tips to Ease Your Freshman Fears Transitioning to high school is daunting. I remember walking to my very first high school class when ­– hooray! – I saw a friendly face in the sea of upperclassmen. I stopped to give them a quick, nervous hug, only to hear someone yell, “MOVE, FRESHMAN!” Ah, those were the…

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When Should Parents Intervene at School?

When Should Parents Intervene at School? It’s the million dollar question. Where do you draw the line between being an attentive, involved parent and being a suffocating helicopter parent? How can you use your own life experience to help your teen while still allowing them to learn from their own mistakes? When, oh when, should…

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Maintaining Mental Health in College

Maintaining Mental Health in College College students don’t get enough credit. Many people imagine the life of a college student to be filled with parties, late night pizza, sleeping in, and enjoying their final years before entering “the real world,” with just a little bit of homework and studying sprinkled in. Those assumptions overlook all of…

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The Benefits of Exercising in College

The Benefits of Exercising in College Throughout high school and college, you’re perpetually setting new academic goals. Whether it’s to get an A in your toughest course, to make the Honor Roll or Dean’s List, or to turn in that optional extra credit assignment, these objectives and ambitions keep you focused and motivated in the…

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5 Reasons to Get Involved with Politics in College

5 Reasons to Get Involved with Politics in College It’s that time again. You can’t get on social media, turn on the television, or even step outside without being bombarded with political talk right now. For many college students, this will be your very first time voting in a presidential election. Whether you’re with her…

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