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Kaela Jul 28, 2020 557 views

How do you know when you've pushed yourself too far? How do you figure out that you took too much on your plate?

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Kaela Jul 27, 2020 753 views

How do you make your mind let go of work/school when you're specifically trying to decompress?

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Kaela Jun 24, 2020 789 views

What skills do you frequently see hiring managers look for that you have lacked either in the past, present, or something that you somewhat lack and are looking to improve upon?

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Kaela May 19, 2020 484 views

I've applied to 19 (remote) internships and part-times, have gotten close to getting 84% of them and still being rejected. I don't feel bad, I know there are a lot of good, qualified applicants out there. I just want to get an idea of what else I could do now that I don't have any classes. I don't want to be unproductive.

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Kaela May 17, 2020 397 views

How do I deal with people who criticize my college and career choices, when it's not constructive at all? And in fact, it makes me question myself even though I know my decision is firm.

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Kaela May 15, 2020 563 views

How do you remind yourself that what you're doing/studying is important in the long run and let it truly sink in and motivate you?

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