This Fall Season, What’s Your Reason

So many of us in our upbringing were asked “Who do you want to be when you grow up?” Some of us had a fantastic, and sometimes humorous answer: “An Astronaut!” “A Doctor!” or even “A lollipop!” Other times, our childhood might have had so much going on that thinking about that was not option, and so the response would be “I don’t know.” And as we get a little bit older, for some of us, it doesn’t always get easier to answer that question. I would propose this idea: what if that was the wrong question all along? What if that question was way too limiting, even with the wild imaginations we as children could come up with? What if, instead we asked this, “Who do you want to be?” What if the que

Scholarships Galore!!!

Looking for some places to receive funding for college? Here are 7 really useful scholarships to look into and start applying to when they open! Fostering Opportunities (previously Dollars for Scholars) Next Deadline: For Spring Semester (or Winter and Spring Quarter), October 10th! Requirements: You must attend an accredited public college or university in San Diego County. You must be enrolled for at least 9 credit hours per semester. You must have a 2.0 GPA or above each semester. Website link: JIT Master Your Dreams Next Deadline: End of April Requirements: Be a participant of Just in Time for foster youth Pursuing a Master’s program (this might be something to k

10 Ways to Make the Juggle Less of a Struggle

Sometimes this life can be overwhelming: with school having already started, new jobs on the rise, internships, chores to get through, and not to mention our social lives. It is essential that we learn how we can best balance our life duties. Here are 10 ways to make the juggle of those tasks less of a struggle: Make a To Do List. It’s a simple way to get what you need done! Categorize what is priority by putting a star next the ones that are top priority. Look into having a planner. There are a variety of ones out there from the Passion Planner to small ones that you can get at Walmart or Target. Most middle schools and high schools should provide one (or at least they did when I was in sch

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