Tag: friends

Choose Your College Friends Carefully

In addition to the education you seek, friends are an important part of your overall college experience. Indeed, the friendships you form could provide you with another kind of education. In many cases, college students tend to come together from a variety of locations and backgrounds. From this diverse pool, your potential friends can help Read More…

5 Back-to-School Safety Tips When You Start College

Starting college is an amazing experience. For many people, it’s the first time they’re getting out of their parents’ house, and it provides the perfect transition from being dependent upon your parents to being independent. Especially if you’re living in a dorm or other college housing, it’s a great way to strike out on your Read More…

What Are Your Friends’ Extracurricular Activities…Really?

People have a lot of strange hobbies. Yours may be “normal,” such as painting, or it could be considered a little more bizarre, such as taxidermy. Either way, you’re probably not breaking the law with your hobby. However, do you know if the same can be said for your friends? It’s true that, for the Read More…

4 Reasons Why You Should Find Old Friends Again

Everyone has old friends who aren’t around anymore. They may be friends that you went to high school with but fell out of touch with during college, or friends you met in college but drifted apart after moving into your career. Either way, there’s a good chance that you think about them sometimes. Even if Read More…

How to Reconnect with Old Best Friends

Making friends is an important part of your childhood, and it’s more than likely that you had a best friend throughout your formative years. High school is an especially big time, and many people form incredibly close friendships with high school friends. However, as you grew and changed, you may have lost contact. Whether you Read More…

6 Ways to Keep Your Kids Busy During Summer Vacation

Kids love summer vacation. But parents often find it hard to keep them active while they’re not in school. That’s why summer vacation can sometimes end with kids merely languishing in front of the TV or playing on their phones. That’s not great for kids nor parents. One of the reasons this happens is because Read More…

3 Easy Ways to Catch a Cheater

If you’ve been in more than a few relationships, the unfortunate truth is that it’s likely you’ve been cheated on before. With the absurdly high rates of infidelity across modern relationships, you may already be jaded and worried about your partner cheating on you. Maybe your current partner has cheated before. After all, people who’ve Read More…

Ways to Find People Before (and After) Graduation

It’s that time of year: senior-itis has hit, caps and gowns are for sale in the bookstore, and you’re getting ready to say goodbye to a familiar place. Graduation is exciting, but it also means losing contact with people you see all the time. You’ve likely met a ton of people, but probably haven’t been Read More…

How to Prepare for a High School Reunion

Many people reminisce about high school as a great time when they got to make friends, learn more about themselves, and create lifelong memories. You very well may have kept up with those high school friends after moving into the adult world. But for a large number of people, that just isn’t the case. A Read More…

How To Be Trusting in the Digital World

In most cases, it’s good to have a healthy level of skepticism in life. You don’t want to blindly believe everything you’re told, as it can easily lead to disaster. However, if you’re not careful, that skepticism can easily become paranoia. Then you’ll have a hard time trusting anyone you run into online. If you’re Read More…