Summer Stays

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I know what you’re thinking. Based on the title, this a blog post about summer vacation destinations. But this isn’t Expedia, and I’m not a travel agent.

Summer is just around the corner, which means the tears of college students everywhere will soon subside and be quickly replaced by pure elation. Here are five stays to get you to and through the hot summer days:

Stay confident.

You’re almost there. You’ve almost survived another semester. You can do this. You’ll be back again in a few months to do it all over again, but that’s okay. Enjoy your time off and embrace the challenges you face head on.

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A Cure for College

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College is tough. Ask nearly any current or former college student and they will likely tell you the same. I am in my third year and college definitely has not become easier, It’s actually become harder.

How do you college students enjoy themselves on empty stomachs, empty wallets, and full schedules?

I know one response many college students would have—parties. A stereotype college students have is that we party, and well, frankly, it’s true. However, it’s not true of all college students. I for one do not. I have been to my fair share of parties, but since I don’t drink the party scene quickly became bleak.

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Becoming a Minimalist in College

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I am in my third year of college and late last semester I was turned on to the idea of minimalism. Now, being a college student, my life already represented that of a minimalist since I didn’t have much to my name as it was. What would make me want to get rid of the stuff I did have?

The answer is simple. Actually, the answer is simplicity. Even though I already didn’t own much compared to a career man with a house, wife, and kids, I still owned too much. I had clothes I never wore, shoes I hadn’t put on since the day I purchased them, and plenty of other clutter in my life.

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