Mental Health

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Set Values Over Resolutions

As you review 2022 and look forward to 2023, don’t choose resolutions. Instead, think about your values. There’s more versatility in values than in resolutions. Plus, they’re a lot easier to manage. Probably the most popular resolution is to lose weight. Even if you have set a specific amount of weight to lose, the resolution …

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Tips for Balancing College and Parenthood as an Athletic Training Student

Becoming an athletic trainer takes a lot of hard work, but your degree can open up doors in your career and qualify you for better jobs. Being a parent makes balancing college, work, and parenting a little more difficult, but plenty of parents still decide to go back to school and make it work. 

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Keeping Track: Planners and Notepads for Athletic Trainers

Finding ways to keep track of your schedule and learning better ways to help you study or plan out your treatment sessions will make it a little easier when your day is full of chaos. Because as ATs, we all know our day never goes according to plan.

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How to Actually Stop Wasting Time On The Internet

Why do we spend so much time online? We should be studying, writing papers, studying for the BOC exam, or whatever – but instead, we’re on Reddit. Or scrolling through Twitter with glazed eyes. Even reading about productivity can be a waste of time. I mean, who wants to waste more time than they have to?

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6 Steps to Bounce Back from Failing the BOC Exam

Athletic training students tend to be highflyers academically. For many, the BOC exam was or will be the first exam they’d ever failed; it can be a shock to the system and a reality check

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