Tagged: positivity


Give Yourself Credit!

Towards the end of the semester, the stress level of every student skyrockets. So many papers, exams, quizzes, and projects are thrown at every student all at once. With only 24 hours in a...

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Nature’s Beautiful Patterns

Take a look at this video of starlings in a flight pattern called “murmuration.” They do this at certain times of the year. No one knows why and how the starlings do this murmuration!...


A Kind Word

Too often we underestimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, an honest compliment, or the smallest act of caring, all of which have the potential to turn a...


Coming Out as a Positive Experience

“Coming out” is a decision to tell someone a fact about yourself that they may not know—usually something extremely personal and potentially something with a social stigma to it—so it can be hard to...


Tips for Improving Your Journaling Practice

In a previous blog, one of our adolescent blogging ambassadors talked about some benefits of journaling. The practice of journaling regularly has physical benefits—for example, it really helps strengthen the immune system! Emotionally, it helps us organize our thoughts,...


The Happiest Country in the World

According to the latest World Happiness Report, Norway is the world’s happiest country.  The report measures many different things to calculate “happiness.”  Some of the measurements include: Generosity Healthy life expectancy Perceived freedom Having...


A Small Star

“Even a small star shines in the darkness.” — Finnish Proverb Share with us this Monday any small accomplishment(s) that you’re proud of! 


Staying Positive

Happiness consists in activity. It is a running stream, not a stagnant pool. – John Mason Good On Mondays we often feature blog posts about staying positive.  However, what does this really mean?  Does...