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Oh The Plans We Make

Written by Abi Broda, Assistant Director   Do you think about your future occupation through the summer months? I know when I was in college, I didn’t. I spent time with friends, traveled as much as I possibly could, and tried to do anything that was the opposite of school. While it is important to…

3 ways to be better with your finances

Know what you are spending With modern pay methods, it is so easy to swipe or tap or click our way to getting whatever we want. This can be dangerous though if we don’t go back and track our spending. There are bunches of apps, excel files, or old-fashioned reading through your bank statement to…

Coping with Pressure

Written by Bethany Williams   The grass is not always greener on the other side.  For example, in the recent movie Encanto, the main character Mirabel greatly admires her sisters for the gifts they have.  At one point in the movie, when Mirabel is speaking with sister Luisa who is admired for her great strength,…

Getting the most from your internship

Written by Abi Broda, Assistant Director. Set clear goals   The first important thing to do is set goals with your supervisor. Without clear expectations of your job requirements during the internship you will end up floundering around and might not learn much. Setting goals with your supervisor sets you both on a path for…

Deep in the Woods of Virginia

Written by Laura Frable   My home is deep in the woods of Virginia. I have lived there for more than twenty years with the deer, the bear, and the bobcat. Our dirt seems to have no natural calcium and is not suitable for growing the beautiful tomatoes I dreamed about when we first bought…

Why Campus Community and Convocation are just supplemental

By Grace Haynes, Graduate Student Worker Hello! Former Resident Shepherd and Community Group Leader on the Hill, here! I absolutely loved the unmatched spiritual community here at Liberty. Like most of you, I fell in love with Liberty the minute I stepped foot on campus because of the genuine atmosphere amongst the students. Liberty provides…

Making a Shopping List

Written by Grace H   If you’re anything like me, I used to grocery shop with my stomach. It’s easy to walk up and down the aisles of your local Trader Joe’s and grab anything with pretty packaging that is on sale! Sometimes, I even forget I bought an extra bottle of ketchup last time…

Developing emotional wellness through practicing self-compassion and awareness

Written by Heather Harden, Operations Coordinator   Emotional wellness is the ability to respond to situations, people, and changes in a calm, loving and compassionate manner. Cultivating our emotional well-being is a life-long process. It’s not something we can attain—like a diploma. Instead, emotional wellness must be maintained. There are many ways to improve your…

Merry Christmas

Written by Bethany Williams, Senior Associate Director   Christmastime is here! Christmas is a very special time but it can also be stressful.  The hustle and bustle around the holiday season and being pulled in many directions with visiting friends, family, buying gifts, and traveling, can all add to the chaos.  The world tells us…

How to Connect with Your Parents During Break

Written by Tamatha Anthony, Assistant Director, Parent and Family Connections Students, as you prepare to travel home for Winter Break, there are a few things you can do to help your parents connect with you. If you aren’t sure where to start, here are a few encouragements that may help you do it well! Acknowledge…

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