Despite what parents and academic advisors typically explain, college is more than aiming for a 4.0 GPA and living in the library for four years. The time spent in the realm of higher education is for developing oneself through challenging experiences and the seizing of opportunities, and while college classes are challenging to textbook knowledge, […]
Somewhere in my college years when I was getting my undergrad degree, before it was sadly over, I decided that I wanted to continue my education and go to graduate school. I, along with my classmates who were also applying, had somewhat of the same reasons for doing so. We all felt like we […]
What is independence really? On this day for reflection on our country’s independence, we offer thoughts from a rising college sophomore on beginning the journey to becoming an independent woman.
Although this post comes from one of our youngest Fit to Leaders, we think her advice applies pretty universally to all of us: What does every graduating High School senior need to know? For many of us, this may be the first time living on our own. Practical advice springs to mind: NEVER wash anything […]