10 Times Hillary Clinton Motivated Us To Be Our Best Selves

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By Jillian Stacia

Hillary Clinton is arguably one of the most dominant women alive right now. She’s spent her entire career devoted to public service, is a loving mother and grandmother, and is currently working her ass off campaigning to become the first female President of the United States.

There’s so much we can say about Hillary, but nothing is better and more inspiring than relishing in her own words of wisdom. To celebrate her birthday, we’ve compiled a list of the top 10 Hillary Clinton us that inspire, empower, and motivate us to become strong, badass, PRESIDENTIAL women: Continue reading

Hey Drake, Depression Isn’t Weakness

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By Molly Burford

Drake, the sensitive guy whom we’ve all learned to know and love for his introspective, crafty, and vulnerable lyrics has disappointed the Internet and fans alike in a big way. In his new song released yesterday, “Two Birds One Stone,” the rapper dissed Kid Cudi for his struggles with depression and suicidal urges – battles which led Kid Cudi to check himself into rehab, as he announced on Facebook on October 4th. Continue reading

So You Want To Write A Novel? Here Are Some Tips For Success

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By Casey Rose Frank

According to a 2011 poll, 81% of Americans aspire to write a novel one day.

That means that people of all walks of life, all career paths, and ages, regardless of their lack of any “traditional training” have a desire to write a book. Storytelling is part of our evolution as humans. From era to era and culture to culture, human beings want to share their pasts and dream of their futures. Continue reading

10 Signs You’re Not A Night Owl

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By Kate

I jokingly refer to myself as a grandma each time I crawl into bed before the sun has officially set…which is often. What can I say? I’m not a night person. In fact, I’ve never been a night person. Even during my college years when everyone around me was pregaming (just typing that makes me feel old) and getting dolled up to go out, it took everything I had to put on a pair of jeans, pull my hair into a ponytail, and make it out the front door without falling asleep on the couch. Continue reading

What The Middle School Me Knew And The Adult Me Is Rediscovering

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By Kate

You know that awkward, confusing, somewhat unattractive phase of life that many kids in the throes of puberty wish they could fast forward, and similarly, many adults wish they could forget? The timeframe otherwise known as middle school? Well, I loved it. Not because I wasn’t awkward, confused, or somewhat unattractive. I was all of those things. And I still have the photo albums to prove it. Continue reading