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Life, To Put It Simply, Is Complicated
Life is Complicated, from raising children to running a company, and everything in between, there are always twists and turns. My business partner and I are the creators of the blog HaveUHeard. HaveUHeard provides insider information from current students and parents; a been there, done that approach. By using trusted sources, we created a one-stop place for other parents to have a virtual village. I learned that it is not only College that is Complicated but Life is Complicated too.
For our college section, each of the colleges on HaveUHeard has a mom blogger and a student intern. They bring their own personal experiences and provide practical real-life advice about each university and the surrounding community. Each university has its own nuances. Parents genuinely appreciate input and sharing of ideas, tips, recommendations. For parents, it truly takes a village when it comes to learning about college life.
HaveUHeard What to Do During A Pandemic?
But then, just like that, students went home for the summer and colleges went virtual. Our website is based on parent’s prior experience. The one thing none of our moms or interns had experience with was “HaveUHeard what to do during a pandemic?” When we dropped off our firsts at college, many of us did not know a lot about how college life works. We were just as perplexed as everyone else when it came to navigating college life during a pandemic. So we added blogs from our academic advisor, our Licensed Clinical Psychologist, our published author, our resident college essay consultant, and from moms and students navigating this pandemic. We lightened it up with blogs on current trends amongst college students (charcuterie, who knew?) and of course our holiday gift guides.
Perhaps this pandemic taught us how to uncomplicate our lives or live simplistically, realizing that the less complicated we make life, the happier we will be. Life is a learning experience. It does not exist in a vacuum and it does get complicated. I don’t profess to say that living simply doesn’t mean that life is without complications. Even during times when life is complicated, I find my way back to the simple life where I am most at peace. And that is what I hope to share with you… insider information, tips, recommendations, and personal, perhaps sometimes raw, stories about my journey to uncomplicate my life.