Janine, Is That You? Rediscovering Myself Through Headspace

By Janine Wolf Over the past month—forget that—ever since I started college, stress has become a natural part of my life. As many ambitious college students can attest to, striving for more comes with a costly price. So, over the course of five days, I decided to try out the mindfulness app that everyone had been raving about: Headspace. (Or as the New Yorker phrased … Continue reading Janine, Is That You? Rediscovering Myself Through Headspace

10 Tips to Stay Creative and Motivated

By Diana Illingworth Routine can mess with our productivity. It’s difficult to notice the rapid passage of time when we’re wearing the same clothes, talking to the same people and staring at the same four walls every day. Thankfully, incorporating variety into mundane tasks is simpler than it seems. These are my favorite ways to break the norm and reach a cheerful, productive mood. 1. … Continue reading 10 Tips to Stay Creative and Motivated

Natural Remedies to Clear Skin

By Mary Kate Cobb To me, nothing is worse than having a breakout, using a facemask and waking up with a million more breakouts. Recently, I’ve loved finding things in my kitchen that will naturally help any breakouts, and are free of harsh chemicals. Below are my top three solutions for fighting acne the natural way, which include a scrub, a spot treatment and a … Continue reading Natural Remedies to Clear Skin

Following Your Passion After Graduation

I’m sitting here with just a few short weeks before my graduation and I’m still asking myself, what do I want to do with my life? I thought I’d figure it out at this point and have a job lined up after graduation. It seems like just yesterday I was visiting New York City while in middle school and thought I knew right then and … Continue reading Following Your Passion After Graduation

Finding Yourself After You Lost Someone

By Monica Andrade Several people told me that after a break-up it would only take half the length of the relationship to get over the person. They were wrong. I found myself still missing my ex almost to about a year after our ten-month relationship ended. I occasionally find myself missing him even to this day. But it was through the pain that I was … Continue reading Finding Yourself After You Lost Someone

How To Be Productive

During this semester and during my collegiate experience, I’ve had to balance classes, working a restaurant job on the weekends, visiting family hundreds of miles away, finding time to do laundry, grocery shop, make it to the gym and eat well. All while trying not to break out, bite my nails, or stress about how soon after college I’ll have a “real” job. College as … Continue reading How To Be Productive

I Never Expected I'd Go Vegan

By Catie Flatley Five years ago I took a trip to my doctor’s office after mysteriously collapsing in the middle of a high school lacrosse game. I was diagnosed with pre-diabetes, which meant I had a high fasting blood sugar and was on the edge of becoming a full-time diabetic. Discovering that I had this was a complete shock to me. I had always been … Continue reading I Never Expected I'd Go Vegan

Wellness Wednesday: The Truth Behind the Potato

By Tova Miller No, I’m not talking about the potato in Turlington, or even the French fries outside of Marston. I’m talking about the pounds of potatoes you’ll be consuming next Thursday at your Thanksgiving feast. Seeing as we now live in a health conscious society, you’re probably wondering: how do you choose between sweet potatoes and regular (white) potatoes? Were you like the majority … Continue reading Wellness Wednesday: The Truth Behind the Potato