Ceanna Hayes Daniels

Ceanna Hayes Daniels is freelance writer and editor. In 2022, she graduated Hillsdale College summa cum laude with a degree in politics. In her free time, she continues to enjoy studying philosophy, political theory, and literature. She and her husband live in Michigan, where the two enjoy perusing bookstores together for new books and old records.

Articles By Ceanna Hayes Daniels

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By: Ceanna Hayes Daniels — August 16, 2022
For many former homeschoolers, the idea of college is simultaneously thrilling and terrifying. As intimidating as it may seem, stepping outside of the comfort zone created by home and family will allow you to grow and flourish in new ways. The path ahead of you may not be clear yet, but it will be filled with unforeseen triumphs and joys that will make that uncertain journey more worthwhile.
By: Ceanna Hayes Daniels — June 5, 2023
This article compiles advice from chronically ill, disabled, and mentally ill individuals and applies that advice to the topic of college roommates. To learn more, talk to and learn from disabled people and disability advocates.
By: Ceanna Hayes Daniels — June 5, 2023
This summer, be sure to take time to rest and regroup for the incoming academic year — you've earned a break after your hard work. Once you're ready to tackle the next challenge, consider adding some of these activities to your schedule, so that you can set yourself up for success next semester and each day of the summer ahead.
By: Ceanna Hayes Daniels — September 20, 2023
Since your family may not be nearby to take care of you during the school year, it's crucial that you learn to be kind to yourself so that you take care of yourself effectively if you get sick.
By: Ceanna Hayes Daniels — October 4, 2023
This article will address developing the idea and beginning to write the paper.
By: Ceanna Hayes Daniels — December 11, 2023
This article focuses on strategies for editing your college writing assignments.
By: Ceanna Hayes Daniels — August 26, 2022
To minimize your stress in emailing professors, follow these general rules.
By: Ceanna Hayes Daniels — September 26, 2023
Because writing is an essential skill for everyone to develop, it makes sense for every student to devote some time to improving their writing skills in college.
By: Ceanna Hayes Daniels — October 11, 2022
Some students hit the jackpot and meet their new best friend; others just meet another freshman. In either case, the unspoken rules of being a good roommate are the same. Following those rules can not only help to keep your dorm a great place to rest and recharge but can also prevent roommate conflict before it has a chance to spoil your semester.
By: Ceanna Hayes Daniels — October 12, 2022
Rather than relying on negative emotions like panic to get you out of bed, try some of these tricks to make mornings in college easier!
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