Finances and Mental Health

With apologies to Cousin Eddie in “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation,” membership in the Jelly of the Month Club is decidedly not “the gift that keeps on giving the whole year.”  As Chevy Chase’s Clark Griswold illustrated in an epic 45-second rant which punctuated that memorable scene with Randy Quaid, money problems – in this case, not receiving an expected holiday bonus – can send a … Continue reading Finances and Mental Health

The Power of Yes

The Power of Yes. The word ‘yes’ is used in most people’s vocabulary on daily basis, but most people don’t realize how much power that three-letter word really has.  As humans, we’re creatures of habit. For different reasons, we develop the same schedules every day. Whether it’s a daily schedule, eating the same foods or watching the same tv shows. We tend to get in … Continue reading The Power of Yes


For the first time, the average college student steps into two new experiences. Now, they juggle between handling the lessons of life along with the lessons giving by the classroom. Both lessons independently are beasts; imagine the magnitude they create when put together. From the outside looking in, one can sum up college life to being one big ball of parties, football games, lasting relationships, … Continue reading #MentalHealthMatters

Blue Christmas

When the seasons change and daylight star ts fading away earlier each evening, it is not uncommon to feel different. However, when the changes in the seasons drastically affect mood and how a person goes about their daily lif e, that person may be str uggling with aform of depression known as Seasonal Affective Disorder, or SAD. Read more about Symptoms and Treatment of Seasonal … Continue reading Blue Christmas