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  • human vyvanse
    Published about 20 hours ago
    I am Losing My Mind and Not Afraid to Die

    I am Losing My Mind and Not Afraid to Die

    I’m getting married to my best friend for tax purposes. The system is corrupt and also designed by idiots. Why I’m not able to afford school when I’m not married vs when I am is ridiculous. I am an independent young adult that doesn’t WANT to get married right now but WANTS to go to school. And my parents no longer even declare me a dependent so why FAFSA refuses that makes no sense to me.
  • Thomas Wright
    Published a day ago
    How to Thrive in Your First Year of College

    How to Thrive in Your First Year of College

    College! The word itself brings full of excitement. You have completed your high school and are going to start college perhaps, congratulations! The phase of college comes with immense possibilities and scopes of knowing yourself, getting acquainted with new things and people, and exploring the inner beauty and strength. But with all the excitement and opportunities, the transition into a college maybe even challenging and stressful for you if it is far away from your home and belongings. Difficulties will arise when you will not find your mom pampering you with your favorite dish, your father bringing new gifts for you. You will miss the comfort that you were used to in your high school. Your friends will be hundreds of miles away from you. You may sometimes have to move to a new state or shift your necessary things from one place to another. You are already stressed, and shifting may add more distress to it. You may need a reliable service like mymovingestimates.com that can do 100% estimates in seconds and serve you with the most dependable service. This site will provide you with such services to shoulder some of your stress of moving so that you can only focus on your preparations for thriving in your first year of college.
  • Conny Manero
    Published a day ago
    In Search of a Book

    In Search of a Book

    There was a time when every Monday I went to the local bookstore. I spent my entire lunch hour cruising the aisles, picking up books, reading the blurbs, putting them back. I started at A and finished at Z.
  • Domingo Gaces Samontina, Jr.
    Published a day ago
    The Relevance of Assessment: An Activity Output in Assessment of Learning
  • Tracy Nguyen
    Published 3 days ago
    3 things I learned from going to university

    3 things I learned from going to university

    It has been a whirlwind experience as I'm racing towards the end of my final semester to graduate and enter the ‘real’ world.
  • Bill Gassett
    Published 3 days ago
    What Parents Should Know About Student Loans
  • Jolan Kopp
    Published 3 days ago
    A Case of Hypochondria?

    A Case of Hypochondria?

    Graph, hand-drawn. Color coded. Number of symptoms on the x-axis, percentage on the y-axis. Genetic possibilities highlighted. Systematic. With bravery, I handed it over to the school counselor. I flipped through ruled paper and matter-of-factually gave my recommended diagnoses. I worked all summer on this.
  • Chris Evans
    Published 4 days ago
    Save Your Chemistry Assignment from These 5 Deadly Mistakes

    Save Your Chemistry Assignment from These 5 Deadly Mistakes

    Doesn’t matter which college you are studying in or which subject you have chosen to pursue, every academic session brings lots of assignment works for you. If you are scared of preparing your assignment all alone and looking for Chemistry assignment help in order to take off a little burden from your shoulder, then you are at the right place. Go through this article to understand the five most common and deadly mistakes to avoid while drafting an assignment. Summary
  • Monica Lee
    Published 4 days ago
    4 Things You Will Learn from Teaching English in Thailand

    4 Things You Will Learn from Teaching English in Thailand

    For an expat living in Thailand, or one looking to relocate, teaching English in Thailand is probably one of the few, albeit popular legal jobs that you can do. Every new year sees thousands of foreigners packing up their bags in search of adventure and a new life in this exotic paradise.