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The Best of Intentions

By Allison McWilliams (’95), Ph.D., Assistant VP, Mentoring and Alumni Personal & Career Development, Wake Forest University

Target with darts on it

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We all struggle with goal-setting ...

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Bullet Journaling: What Is It, and Why Does It Matter?

We can all use a new productivity tool, to help manage tasks and to-do lists and keep ourselves organized. One such tools is the bullet journal, “a mindfulness practice disguised as a ...

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Stress at Work: Strategies for Prioritizing Your Mental Health

By Mark Covington (’13), LPC, Psychotherapist and PhD Candidate, Washington, DC

Mark Covington (’13)

Disconnection, dysfunction, dysregulation, and distress are what therapists and those in ...

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Self-Care Re-imagined: Centering and Strengthening Wellbeing Practices as a Young Professional

By Daniella Maria Feijoo (’19). Daniella (she/her) served as Wake Forest University’s Campus Life Fellow in the Office of

Daniella Feijoo (’19)

Wellbeing 2019-2020 and is currently pursuing her ...

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Critical Conversations: Discussing Race at Work

head shot of Kris Britton

Kris Britton (’99, MBA ’19)

By Kris Britton (’99, MBA 2019)

Kris Britton is the CEO of Lucky Dog Volleyball, the official championship event merchandiser for USA Volleyball.  Based in ...

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