The Role of Stress In Our Lives

Every day we constantly face small events that elevate our overall stress level. It usually comes about one domino at a time until one misplaced, teetering domino starts a stressful cascade. Your [...]

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Time Managment

As a JD/PhD graduate student who also loves sports, travel, outdoor activities, food, and music, the most common question people ask me is, “When do you have time to sleep?” I am a [...]

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Pre-Game Routines

When people are asked about their pre-game rituals, most athletes have specific tasks they like to complete before competition. Cristiano Rinaldo, arguably the best soccer player, will not play a [...]

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Tis The Season

It seems like 2014 has flown by. Looking back on the year, it is hard to believe that the holiday season is already upon us again. When reflecting on the year, some of us may have very mixed [...]

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Gratitude

The holiday season is supposed to be full of happiness and cheer, but if we are going to be honest, it usually encompasses more stress and chaos then anything else. People are generally [...]

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Success

    John Wooden.   Arguably the most influential coach in sports history. The majority of people have heard his name because he became the winningest college coach in NCAA [...]

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Time For Change

  My recent relocation to the East Coast for a JD/PhD Program in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis in Forensics has been an interesting experience. Many great life changes have occurred [...]

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Recover quickly

Tennis is not like any other game. It’s you against an opponent but mainly you against yourself and the game doesn’t really stop. There’s not a lot of time to sort through what [...]

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