Coping with COVID Anxiety

Back in early summer I was bopping through the house of a Sunday evening and passed the TV, which my husband had tuned to 60 Minutes. Heads of colleges were discussing options for the fall semester in response to COVID-19. The footage showed a clip of Katherine Rowe, President of William and Mary, high fiving […]

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Constantly Challenge Yourself

I can’t sing. I can’t really play an instrument. But I’ve always wanted to perform – somehow – in my own little world. So for Christmas I asked for a ukulele…and I got one. Thank God for all the kind, patient, non-judgmental video people out there in YouTube Land who have been helping me learn […]

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Study Tips for Guaranteed “A”s

Few things in life are actually guaranteed. If you wear your seatbelt, you’re less likely to perish in a car crash, but it’s not guaranteed. Brush your teeth twice a day every day, the chance of tooth decay decreases dramatically, but doesn’t disappear entirely. However, if you follow these study tips, you are guaranteed* to […]

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