The way your friends act and think plays a large factor in the way you view the world. Often, the opinions and moods of your friends weigh largely on your own viewpoints and attitudes. Therefore, you must pick friends that positively impact your life performance.
Your hectic schedule demands that you have a high level of motivation and a full supply of energy. Therefore, it is essential that you surround [...]
With the new year rolling around soon, the hunt for next semester’s internship is on. It may even be time for those of us who are seniors to consider options for a real job and, regardless, one of the first important steps along what will be a long and discovery-filled career path.
Have you been feeling like you can’t decide what field, what company and what role will be right for you [...]
There is plenty of negative news surrounding the America’s economic uncertain future. One thing is certain, there will always be interns and entrepreneurs. Both positions come with the hope, or expectation, that the days to come will be better and dreams will become realities. As we graduate college and enter the “real world” we see the importance of hope.
McPherson College fosters [...]
Things don’t always go right. In fact, when you are balancing a job, an internship, schoolwork and a social life, it is inevitable that something will go wrong. Mistakes will be made, people will let you down, projects will pile up and life will get hectic. When things go wrong, it is essential to maintain a positive attitude in order to conquer the tasks and challenges that lie before you. Positivity [...]
Recipes aren’t written for one serving and cooking for one is daunting. I’ve tried. After a few attempts at cutting the ingredient quantities in the proper amounts for one serving, I realized that measuring out to 3/16ths of a cup and 2/5 of a tablespoon is not worth it. Additionally, it’s kind of depressing, and a lot of work. So I stopped trying.
Just because I stopped cooking in portions [...]
The day after my college advisor informed me that my semi-strenuous five year stint in college would not be complete without an internship, I begrudgingly began my search on Craigslist. Within 10 minutes my eyes began glazing over with visions of harsh florescent lighting and taking coffee orders. I was about to call it a day until I stumbled upon the headline “Fundraising Coach Extraordinaire [...]