Getting Back On Track: Tips For Student Writers

by Jason Martinez, Writing Consultant Now that we're about the midpoint of the semester, take a moment and reflect on how often the urge to stop what you are doing has overtaken you. And think of how much progress you lost because of various factors, some within your control and some outside of your control. … Continue reading Getting Back On Track: Tips For Student Writers

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Is Test Anxiety a Problem for You?

by Sabrina Salutations, Friends!! Our Director came across a great article about student experiences with anxiety. I wanted to share it with you all, as test anxiety is something many more people are reporting to experience. For myself, I have come to think that my test anxiety manifested in my falling asleep when I had … Continue reading Is Test Anxiety a Problem for You?

I’m Thankful for the Mistakes – Thanksgiving 2016 Meditation

In this week’s post, consider the message of the video and ask how mistakes play a role in your life narrative. *Warning: Grown-up language in the embedded video. by Jason Martinez Just as the title reads - I am thankful for the mistakes that I have made in 2016. It was during my lowest moments … Continue reading I’m Thankful for the Mistakes – Thanksgiving 2016 Meditation

In the Moment Monday: Making the Pieces Fit

This week's post is about putting it all together. Little steps.  by Jason F. Martinez What is it about large projects and taking on too much at one time? Why do we often find ourselves in over our heads when trying to accomplish such tasks after we've waited too long? Or maybe it's just me... … Continue reading In the Moment Monday: Making the Pieces Fit