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Is pet ownership worth the heartache?

There was one thing I did not expect amid the uncertainty and shortages caused by COVID-19. Mindlessly scrolling through news on my phone one day, I saw a story saying that humane societies across the […]

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Cats should not be below dogs in the dogs versus cats debate

When COVID-19 first started, many people were sent home, and lockdowns were put in place. I, like many people, found joy in my pets. Pets are an odd thing. We pick little creatures and give […]

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The problems with contemporary Christian music

It is hard to find good, enriching Christian music these days. I think many contemporary Christian songs are suitable for background noise, such as when I am driving or working out. Yet I feel myself […]

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An unspoken problem facing newly graduated college students

Every year, thousands of college students cross the stage to receive their diplomas. Graduating college (or high school) unlocks a new phase of life for each young adult. No longer are graduates students. They trade […]

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Resting in God’s beauty

When I look at the world today, I am often overwhelmed by the uncertainty, fear and anger that seems to be seeping into society. It is a scary time for many people and has been […]

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Where is the true love on Valentine’s Day?

Valentine’s Day: one of the most beloved and despised holidays. I tend to lean on the side of despising the holiday. Please do not stereotype me as “a miserable single girl who thus hates Valentine’s […]

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Christmas playlist 101

Most people agree that Christmas music is one of the most exciting parts of the holiday season experience. Of course, considering this is my second article on the topic itself, you may be able to […]

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The Zoom class: college after COVID-19

To say this year has been “interesting” is an understatement. Never, and I mean never, have I seen our world be flipped on its head so suddenly. Societal norms were thrown out the door: our […]

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How essential is decorating for spreading Christmas joy?

When I was a child, my Nana spared no expense in finding the most elaborate and creative nutcrackers that she could find. Hundreds of nutcrackers of all shapes and sizes filled her apartment and left […]

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The intentions of giving

2 Corinthians 9:6-8 talks about the cheerful giver. “The point is this: whoever sows sparingly will also reap sparingly, and whoever sows bountifully will also reap bountifully. Each one must give as he has decided […]

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