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ARCHIVE | Month: January 2013

College Honors Program: A Way to Stand Out

Have you ever wondered what might set you apart from other job and school applicants? In this increasingly competitive job market, it might be useful to consider it. A college honors program is a great way to challenge yourself, build up your resume, and possibly establish community contacts that could lead to job opportunities down […]

Attending FRCC is a Family Tradition

The Murray family has always been close, so when second-to-youngest Courtney couldn’t stop talking about the fun she was having at Front Range Community College, it rubbed off on her siblings. Courtney (age 24), her sister, Chelsea (31), and her brother, Logan (18), were all homeschooled growing up. For Courtney, the flexibility was ideal because […]

Amendment 64: So…Can I Get High Now?

On November 6, Colorado became one of the first states to legalize the use of recreational marijuana. The passing of Amendment 64 looks to be just the beginning of what may be a long political process. So, how does Amendment 64 affect you? What Amendment 64 Does Do: People over the age of 21 will […]

How to Get Organized for the New Year

There are plenty of stories about why we don’t get organized on a daily basis; not enough time, space, motivation, etc. As a professional organizer, I’ve heard them all. But, doesn’t it feel better when you’re organized and everything is functional and streamlined? Absolutely. Here is a simple  3-point checklist to get you started and […]

Is a College Education Really Worth It?

Everywhere you look these days, there’s an article or talking head questioning the value of a college education. They often use examples of recent graduates who have a bachelor’s degree but no job. I can relate. When I graduated from college in 1981, it was the worst recession on record at the time since the […]

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