By Jamie Shapiro If you’ve used the internet in the last few years it’s likely you’ve stumbled upon a meme or two in your cyberspace travels. Merriam-Webster defines a meme as “an amusing or interesting item (such as a captioned picture or video) or genre of items that is spread widely online especially through social media.” Memes have taken over popular social media sites like … Continue reading Memes: A Love Language
By Jessica Giles This past Christmas, one of my presents was a little heavier than most. When I tore into the box, I thought my sister had gotten me a sandbag. But when I opened the bag inside, I found something I never knew I needed: a weighted blanket. I had read everyone’s high praise for weighted blankets all over the internet in the past, … Continue reading 3 Reasons You Should Buy a Weighted Blanket ASAP
By: Eman Elshahawy Cheaters never win, but finnesers always prosper. Webster’s dictionary defines “finesse” as: skillful handling of a situation. Throughout life, we experience unfavorable social situations that we’d all want to handle as skillfully as possible. Whether it’s moments with our family, friends, teachers or co-workers, we’ve all handled our interactions with these people differently in given situations. Take a look at how to … Continue reading Mind Games: The Art of Finesse
By Taylor Cavaliere I hate sitting still. I can sit still—I was never that kid in class who was always running around. But I have to be fidgeting a little. I have to be thinking about something. My brain is always moving quickly. I’m always planning or reflecting. I love to talk. I love social media. I love being social. This is why I’m the … Continue reading Don’t hate! Meditate!
By Savannah Austin Even as someone about to get married in just a few short months, I don’t claim to have cracked the code on relationships. I have a lot to learn still about marriage and love over the lifetime of commitment ahead of me. However, over the course of the last two and a half years of dating my fiancé, I’ve found ways to … Continue reading Love on the brain: Things to keep in mind about relationships
By Karla Arboleda You already know that self-care doesn’t have to come in the form of a face mask, but how aware are you of putting yourself first? When it comes to putting your best foot forward it should be with you in mind over other people’s opinions because you make your matter. The way we want to be perceived sometimes takes precedence when it … Continue reading 3 Ways to really Keep Mind Over Matter
By Randi Ziegler Kendall Jenner Photo courtesy of Variety.com Jenner hasn’t been silent about the struggles she’s faced with her anxiety. The reality star’s panic attacks have been a plot line on her family’s show, Keeping Up With the Kardashians, in the past. “I feel very, very blessed and I think that I live a very extraordinary life,” she said, according … Continue reading 5 Celebrities Who Are Open About Their Mental Health
By Brittany Wallace One more episode, that is what we say to ourselves as we put our hand back into the Hot Cheetos bag and seamlessly finish an entire season of a TV show. Game of Thrones, Breaking Bad, or Stranger Things; it doesn’t matter what your addiction is, you can’t help but watch another episode. It makes sense though, why wait to find out … Continue reading Why Do We Love to Binge Watch?