Procrastination—a word we are all too familiar with. You know that moment when you open your computer and begin to type out G-o-o-g-l-e C-l-a-s-s, but by the time your fingers hit the final "s" you are staring at Netflix's homepage. Do not worry—this blog is not meant to publicly shame you for your actions (I'll … Continue reading Tackling Procrastination 101
For this week's Lion's Heart Blog, I'm giving you folks some sustainable tips to incorporate into your daily routine. Although we typically think of volunteering as separate time in our day that we devote to helping others, being sustainable should be a top priority in each of other lives. I'm going to steer clear of … Continue reading We Only Have One Earth—What Can You Do to Protect It?
For this week's Lion's Heart Blog, I'm here to give you three unique volunteer activities. One of the best parts of volunteering is that it forces me out of my comfort zone and allows me to try out new activities. After trying out the following, I hope you will find the same to be true! … Continue reading 3 Unique Volunteer Activities
For this week’s Lion’s Heart Blog, we are going to run down the best tips for each year of high school. Three years later and here you are. Senior year. The last year of high school. The first semester will undoubtedly be stressful as you and your peers rush to finish off your college applications … Continue reading Senior Year – Oh No, College Soon?
For this week’s Lion’s Heart Blog, we are going to run down the best tips for each year of high school. The scary year. The year that everybody makes you fearful of. The year of stress and craziness. I am going to let you in on a little secret: YOU GOT THIS. Junior year only … Continue reading Junior Year – Is It Really as Bad as People Say?
For this week’s Lion’s Heart Blog, we are going to run down the best tips for each year of high school. Congrats, you made it through freshman year! You navigated a year full of new teachers, new classes, and new peers. Now you get to do it all over again—but this time, you get to … Continue reading Sophomore Year – Freshman Year is Done, What is Next?
For this week’s Lion’s Heart Blog, we are going to run down the best tips for each year of high school. Of course, we have to start with perhaps the scariest year: freshman year. Coming from the comfort of middle school, it is certainly nerve wracking to see hundreds of new faces and experience an … Continue reading Freshman Year – So You’re Going to High School, Now What?
As COVID-19 vaccines become more readily accessible and distributed, it seems as though the world is progressing toward a sense of normalcy. With the pandemic nearing an end, thousands of students worldwide are returning to their school buildings — some for the very first time since last March. For many, a change in an otherwise … Continue reading Lion’s Heart Presents: A Survival Guide to Returning to School
DOROT is a nonprofit based in New York City that provides social connection to older adults in order to alleviate the feelings of isolation they may be experiencing. Given the current state of the world, older adults, who are more susceptible to contracting the virus, have had to be increasingly careful with how they go … Continue reading Nonprofit Spotlight – DOROT