Now that the semester has ended, it is officially summer! This means working, possibly an internship, hanging out with friends, and lots and lots of food! Without daily access to your school’s exercise facilities, staying active and healthy can be challenging for sure. Here are some ways you can continue your healthy routine well into the summer months. Read More
Swimsuit trends for women change just about as frequently as every other aspect of fashion. From the traditional bikini and one-piece came the adaptations of the tankini and, more recently, the monokini. Read More
Personally, I cannot get through a week without making a to-do list. It keeps me focused and on track, and honestly, I don’t have the best memory, so just making it helps me remember as well! For those of you who haven’t forayed into the wonderful world of to-do list making, consider this your crash course. Read More
Everything about college and being a college student is a recipe for unhealthy habits. The late nights, the fried food, ramen, and more coffee than considered healthy, there is little hope for maintaining a healthy diet. Luckily for you, here are a few tips to keep you on track during your four years without losing any of the fun! Read More
You know the deal, one day you wake up and every class you have has piled on a 20 page paper, a presentation, and a final all to occur in the next week or so. All of a sudden, your perfectly regular homework habits seem to be the hardest thing in the world. You get to the library intending to do your paper, and end up on Tumblr or StudentUniverse all night. I get it! It happens to everyone. But it’s not good. So here are some ways you can keep yourself from procrastinating this finals season. Read More
It’s finally beginning to feel like summer outside, and that means no more hiding under layers of wool, or simply relying on your leather riding boots for everyday footwear. Here is a list of five items that will seamlessly transition your wardrobe into one any beach babe would envy. Read More
Whether you’re laying on a beach in Cancun, skiing in Colorado, or simply relaxing at home, Spring break is highly anticipated by all. But what to pack? Even if you are simply having a “staycation” and going home, you still have to pack things from school to transport home. For many of the spring break possibilities, here is a list of what to pack for your Spring break.
It’s no secret that becoming more “green” is not just a passing fad. The thought of “greening” up your dorm room may give you visions of a dark room with hemp blankets and not showering for days on end. As it turns out, small changes made in your room and habits will make a big difference in your carbon footprint in the long run.
It goes without saying that college students are typically not the most wealthy people in the world. Because this is a well-known fact, many companies have adjusted to this and now have deals and promotions specifically geared at college students. To help you wade through these discount waters, here is a list of 5 ways to save money while in college.
Being away at school has a tendency to make us not so conscious about our meal choices, choose studying over the gym, and maybe not count the calories we drank over the weekend. This is all in all, a recipe for disaster, and the reason the “Freshman 15” stigma exists. Read More