By Daisy Wong
HELP! It’s often easy to procrastinate or let things pile up on top of each other, which causes unnecessary stress. The feeling of burying yourself under a pile of blankets or distracting yourself in hopes that everything will magically go away will be overwhelming. Here are four easy tips to use when you feel you have too much work on your plate.
By Sara Karbowski
Oftentimes, high schoolers are stressed out about things like homework or relationships. You might want to talk it out with your parents, but it can be hard to start a conversation about it. It may be scary, but talking to your parents will lessen the burden on your shoulders. Here are some tips to help you talk it out with your parents!
By Selina Chan
Teens have the tendency of getting sidetracked when they start using their phones. This is significant because there is less time to complete work, which can lead to more stress and pressure. Here are some tips to help break free from your phone.
By Daisy Wong
The trip between middle and high school can be daunting for students. Many of these fears may stem from the new environment, the structure of education, stress, etc. This distress is quite common and can be found in all eighth graders. Thankfully, using the following tips, we can address the anxiety head on.
By Hannah Magino
Your friends in high school become the people you rely on through the next four eventful years of your life. Choosing the right people to allow into your circle is essential for your well-being. Here are some tips for making good friends in high school.
By Allison Xu
High school students are often involved in a variety of extracurricular activities such as debate club, a music band, or a school newspaper. Those activities allow you to pursue your passion and expand your network. Meanwhile, you can make full use of these opportunities to sharpen your communication skills.