Stop unnecessary apologising
It’s important to be proud of your accomplishments and stand up for yourself. Women have a tendency to apologise for their accomplishments, so it’s time to take pride in what you have accomplished.
Don't post online when you're upset
It might be tempting to take out your anger on a public social media post, but it’s best to think twice and not move forward with words you may regret. It’s a good idea to be level-headed when sharing anything on social media, as words spoken in real life fade, but it’s a bit harder to delate anything posted online.
Work on your handwriting
While students type up their homework more often than write an essay by hand, having proper penmanship is still important. “I believe this needs to be taught in school. However, this skill has become somewhat of a lost art as students use computers to do most assignments,” says Richey. “They do not develop handwriting skills because of this. Many students tell me they know others cannot read their handwriting and at times do not write at all. We need to lean in a bit and find a middle ground.”
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