Sometimes you have to be willing to take a punch.
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It doesn't have to be this way.
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Increasing your social circle after college can be daunting. Here's a plan of attack to meeting more buddies.
One of the most well-known figures in sports history is also one of the most respected.
Moving to a big city often seems like step 1 to achieving your dreams – but are you sure that's what you really want?
A philosophy on not sweating the small stuff.
There's more to Holmes than the science of Deduction.
As it turns out, philosophy is a lot more useful when you're out in the real world rather than in a classroom.
Has it ever occurred to you that maybe it's them, not you?
More than just glamorous spy fiction, The Bond series offers some solid lessons in living a better life.
No matter what anyone says, or what unforeseen events happen, how you feel is up to only one thing: How you respond.
Graduation is an exciting time – it also signals the end of every life structure you've ever known.
The long-running show isn’t just science fiction – there’s something to be learned.
How is it that our best friends are the ones we speak to the least?
Be the best you can be.
They just don't make movie heroes like they did in the '80s.
What do you stand for?
Hey, maybe we have a chance after all.
Once the staples for most people in their 20's, major life events like buying homes, getting married, having children, and buckling down in careers have been pushed until their 30's. With a decade of... [more]
The movie from the stereotypical dorm poster is more than just machismo – it offers authentic advice for living a better life.