See PD Adamson on the left. Me on the right with the hat.:
But let me not be distracted by my trip. We do have some de-stressing to do for all the University of West Georgia students taking massive finals this week.
Thanks to CollegeFashion.com we talked about the 6 Tips to Beat Final Exams.
- Avoid stressful people.
- Eat healthy and exercise.
- Just say NO. – to people who will waste your time.
- Force yourself to take breaks.
- Visualize it all going right.
- If you’ve studied all you can, get up your confidence! – probably one of the harder ones.
Stay tuned in all week for more tips on staying stress free not just from final exams, but from life in general.
Next up was our stretched out time slot for Josh Sewell. Our final week with the Time Georgian movie critic spanned the next three months worth of Summer Blockbusters. Who will reign supreme is up to you, but it may weigh heavily to a certain dark superhero. Listen to the full segment here.
That leads us to your updates.
In the news:
U.S., AFGHANISTAN REACH DEAL ON STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP – The U.S. and Afghanistan reached a deal Sunday (April 22nd) on a long-delayed strategic partnership agreement that ensures America will provide military and financial support for at least a decade beyond 2014.
Man dies, woman hurt in boating collision on Lake Lanier – A Duluth man was killed and a woman was injured after two boats collided on Lake Lanier near East Bank Park in Buford around midnight Saturday.
Water plant camera captures photo of bobcat – Operators at the Carrollton Water Treatment Plant have reported several recent sightings of a bobcat.
Japanese boy’s soccer ball lost in tsunami found in Alaska - A 16-year-old who lost his home in Japan’s devastating tsunami now knows that one prized possession survived: a soccer ball that made it all the way to Alaska.
In the Weather:
Chilly temps in the air for tonight but a gradual warming to more reasonable temperatures. Here is the forecast.
PREDATORS, BLUES, FLYERS AND KINGS ADVANCE TO SECOND ROUND OF NHL PLAYOFFS - The Nashville Predators, St. Louis Blues, Philadelphia Flyers and Los Angeles Kings are all advancing to the second round of the NHL playoffs after winning their first-round series over the weekend.
Atlanta Braves – Delgado was effective but could not overcome a few costly mistakes as the Braves dropped the series finale to the D-backs, 6-4. The loss snapped a five-game winning streak for the Braves, who have won 10 of their last 12.
Atlanta Hawks – The Knicks topped the Hawks 113-112 in a thrilling contest at Philips Arena on Sunday. The Hawks are back in action on Tuesday vs. L.A. Clippers at Philips Arena
In West Georgia Sports:
West Georgia Baseball – After nearly a full day of rain delays, the UWG baseball team resumed its series with West Florida on Sunday afternoon, playing two in a rain-shortened series. The Argos won the first 16-3, then took the nightcap 10-7.
West Georgia Softball – The West Georgia softball team was at home today for their final game of the regular season, as four seniors took their final bow against Christian Brothers in a doubleheader. The Wolves grabbed the win in the first game by the score of 5-2, but fell in the second game 10-5.
- Actress Valerie Bertinelli is 52.
- Comedian George Lopez is 51.
- Actress Melina Kanakaredes (Providence) is 45.
- Actor Kal Penn (House M.D., Harold and Kumar) is 35.
- Singer Taio Cruz is 29.
- Rocker Roy Orbison would’ve been 76.
- Child star Shirley Temple is 84.
- WWE Champion John Cena is 35.
- Writer William Shakespeare would’ve been his 448.
Not an overall bad way to start a Monday. We hope you approved as well. We will do it again tomorrow. As mentioned we have more ways to stay stress free.
Talk to you tomorrow,