Can You Run From Your Problems?

By Taylor Cavaliere It’s important to pursue health, both mental and physical. There is no one right way to do this. There are certainly some ways more common than others, but ultimately, it is up to each person to individually decide what he or she thinks will lead to health. When considering physical health, two factors dominate most of the conversation: diet and exercise. Mental … Continue reading Can You Run From Your Problems?

More than Feng Shui: Your Space, Colorized and Personalized

By Karla Arboleda The TLC you give your space could be a direct reflection on your daily mood, your cleaning habits and even your appearance outright. However, what if your bedroom or your bathroom were more than just fast and functional in the long run? Your typical all-black, gold-accessorized wardrobe is what helps you feel the most confident in front of a crowd, but considering … Continue reading More than Feng Shui: Your Space, Colorized and Personalized

Swamp Talk: How to Reduce Stress Before Finals

By Chelsea Perry Finals are just around the corner. With the end of the semester rapidly approaching, it’s easy for us to become overwhelmed with everything we have on our plates (other than the turkey and stuffing, of course). Whether it’s studying for finals or writing papers, the holiday season can prove to be an extremely stressful time for students. According to GatorWell Health Promotion … Continue reading Swamp Talk: How to Reduce Stress Before Finals

Wellness Wednesday: Disability Resource Center

By Amanda Cohen College can be overwhelming. For some, the stress is only temporary. For others, the stress is constant. The toll it can take on our health and abilities to function in school can be severe. From anxiety, depression, eating disorders and ADHD to personality disorders, there’s a resource on campus that can help. Perhaps the least well-known resource on campus is the Disability … Continue reading Wellness Wednesday: Disability Resource Center