Okay, everyone knows procrastination is bad, bad, bad. In 99% of cases, procrastinators end up hating themselves for wasting the precious time they could have spent doing absolutely anything else containing any ounce of productiveness. The 1% of the time in which they ace the paper/project/test etc. is a 100% fluke. Read More
Now that I have graduated and moved on to “real life,” I feel like I know a great deal more than I did freshman year. As I sit and reflect on my past four years at Bentley, sitting on the couch in my new “big girl” apartment, I came up with 5 things I wish I knew in my “younger” years. Read More
Depression, anxiety, and other mental disorders are common amongst college students. These disorders may even start in college, as it is a time of great change. The first thing to remember is that you are not alone. There is always something you can do to help yourself or somewhere you can go to be helped by others. Read More
Empower yourself: Know what’s in that Powder!
Dealing with acne was bad enough in high school and if it still plagues you in college it can be even harder. Stress can be a major cause of acne breakouts and the increased stress of college life lead to breakouts happening at the absolute worst times. Buying special acne treatments can be too expensive for someone on a college student’s budget and even spending the money, as anyone who’s suffered from acne knows, doesn’t always guarantee clearer skin. Sadly there is no magic cure for acne but there are some things that you can do to help treat it that won’t cost a fortune.
Pick an Allure beauty fave from CVS or make the trek to the local Sephora or ULTA? Ordering online? Liquid, mousse, powder, airbrush?! How did things get so complicated? Thanks to our competitive consumer-driven market, there are perhaps too many choices, and we are here to help you–on a college budget.
To get the most out of your foundation, you need to start with a bright, er, foundation. How so? Read More
However you like to get your caffeine — coffee, tea, energy drinks, cola — chances are, you’re thinking mostly about the temporary lift for a long night studying for the big test, and not about the long-term effects. The good news is, not all effects are negative. Here are three benefits and three risks for students, according to the recent literature. Read More
Summer vacation is here. Lazy days swimming, friends gathered around bonfires and barbecues, and a bunch of free time uncrowded by classes lay sprawled out in front of you for the next few months. Naturally, you’ll want to take full advantage of the relaxation and fun of summer. Your brain will appreciate the break from the rigor of academia, but you don’t want to let it shut down completely. It’ll just be harder to reboot come September. Read More
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
When the school year ends, after a year of staying up late to finish homework, it can be hard to get back on a normal schedule of actually sleeping at night. It will take time to get yourself back onto a normal sleep schedule but there are a few things that you can do, and a few things you can try to avoid, that can help. Read More