Meditation Three-part Series: Part Three

January 23, 2019, by

In our final third part, Sara Plunkett talks about her favorite meditation app, Stop, Breathe & Think. Stop, Breathe & Think is a great app for beginning or continuing your meditation practice, especially for those who need a bit of direction. Its user-friendly interface will guide you to the perfect meditation for the given moment…. Read more »


Early Decision Applying to college

The New Early Decision: Plan for a Changing Landscape

January 18, 2019, by

Early Decision numbers break records again. As several recent news stories have announced, 2018 has been yet another record-breaking year for early decision college applications, with many schools seeing their early application numbers increase by twenty percent or more. And this trend is likely to continue. It’s time to acknowledge that the landscape has shifted:… Read more »


Meditation Three-part Series: Part Two

January 9, 2019, by

In our second part, Sarah Newport talks about her favorite meditation app, Calm.   The benefits of meditation can’t be overstated. Studies show that regular meditation practice reduces stress, anxiety and other mental health issues such as phobias, depression and obsessive-compulsive behaviors. It promotes positive thinking, increases attention span and focus, reduces memory loss, fights… Read more »


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Meditation Three-part Series: What Meditation App Works For You?

December 18, 2018, by

  Meditation App Review Part One – Insight Timer App   The benefits of meditation can’t be overstated. Studies show that regular meditation practice reduces stress, anxiety and other mental health issues such as phobias, depression and obsessive-compulsive behaviors. It promotes positive thinking, increases attention span and focus, reduces memory loss, fights addictions, improves sleep… Read more »


PSAT Scores. What do PSAT scores mean

Use Your PSAT Scores to Guide Your Standardized Test Plan

December 10, 2018, by

Your PSAT Scores Can Guide You This week sophomores and juniors across the country are receiving their scores from the October PSAT/NMSQT. Students will get PSAT/NMSQT scores December 10th–12th (the date your scores are released depends on your state). But what do the test results mean? Taking the PSAT showed you, in a slightly shorter… Read more »