Veterans have done so much for us, it is time that we do something for them! The next time you see a #veteran
in a restaurant or standing in line for coffee, pick up the tab. You can also volunteer at a VA hospital.
Check out our Facebook for 11 ways you can help veterans!
I am sick and not super active at the moment. There’s 2 books in front of me that I have to go trough for university. But it’s fine. #university #jena #art #minimalism
This credit is for students who are earning their undergraduate degrees. The credit is specifically limited to those expenses incurred in the first four years of college.
The American Opportunity Credit is an amount equal to 100% of qualified tuition and related expenses up to $2,000 plus 25% of those expenses in excess of $2,000, but not in excess of $4,000. The maximum credit allowed for tax year 2018 is $2,500.
The full credit is available to taxpayers with a MAGI of $80,000 or less ($160,000 or less if filing
jointly). The amount of the credit is gradually reduced if the taxpayer’s MAGI is between$80,000 and $90,000 ($160,000 and $180,000 if filing jointly). If the MAGI is above $90,000 ($180,000 if filing jointly) the taxpayer cannot take the credit.
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Don't procrastinate and panic last minute!
Take the stress out of your studies by setting clear goals and accomplish them💥
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Spatial forum at Wilson library 12-5 pm today, stop by and say hi!
Ouch! Whether it's feedback we've asked for, an unsolicited remark called out from the audience or a simple "no" result of an audition or submission process, criticism and rejection are a huge part of our lives as creative artists. Sometimes we're so fearful of being criticized or rejected that we keep our creativity bottled up and don't let it out.⠀
Other times we constantly adapt what we create, focusing only on the "market" and what they seem to be liking or disliking this week. Then we end up feeling like we're not truly expressing our creative impulses.⠀
You may be hoping for a specific reaction or response to your work, or a specific result of an audition, gallery submission, performance or contest entry. If you've done your best and you're rejected or criticized, you might feel that you've "failed", and it's probably hard to see anything positive about the situation. Try to be open to the possibility that this "failure" is actually leading you to something else, usually better than what you thought you wanted. As I read once in Cheryl Richardson's newsletter, "Any rejection is God's protection".⠀
Focus your attention on the positive and you'll attract more of it. This is the premise of the "law of attraction", and I've certainly seen it work in my own life. Hear the positive feedback you receive and replay it over in your mind whenever you need to.⠀
Keep your end goal in mind, and always be mindful of why you're doing what you're doing. That will help you focus on the big picture and not get tripped up by each bump in the road along the way.⠀
So, now you should be feeling empowered to never let criticism stifle your creativity again.⠀
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“When I first came I didn’t really have an option because it was cheap and I couldn’t afford any other school. I do like that they have BSA (Black Student Alliance) and NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) but I don’t really hear about these things unless really looking. I feel like they should spread the word more on stuff that is for women of color because there’s not really a lot around our campus that offers it. I would say, keep your mind open, make it your own, and go out and adventure. You never know what you might come across and how you can make it your own as a Black women.”
(Mikayla, Junior, Frostburg State University)
Next project- animal print🐯🐍🦎🐠🐆