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Imagine Kickstart Kit: Masters Edition

Welcome to the Fall 2021 semester! This week’s Imagine Kickstart Kit is for students in graduate schools to help you get started with your life design journey for this semester. Maybe you have already launched your career or you are …

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Time Management Tips for a Student

Ways to Save Time
Concentrate your time and effort on one subject at a time (your brain can’t multitask!)
Take small breaks to fight boredom and increase concentration
Write notes by hand. This can help with faster internalization of the …

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Manage Stress With Healthful Eating

Starting a new semester will bring you closer to learning and less intense COVID restrictions will let you see your friends again. But returning to school, especially after a year of online classes, can be stressful. While studying hard is …

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