[adrotate banner="3"] “You are what you eat,” said your mother, at some point, probably. Though you are not literally a hot dog or a jar of Nutella, the point is, you are a little bit of what you take in. This concept applies to social interactions as well. The people with whom you surround yourself will undoubtedly influence you. The author of an article in Relevant Magazine notes that several … [Read more...] about What Do Your Friends Say About You?
As life becomes increasingly busy for Millennials--finishing school, a new career, children, a house--keeping our lives organized becomes complicated. Sure we have calendars, reminders and virtual assistants on our phones, but what about everything that can't be technologically arranged? My eyes find few things less appealing than a random stack of mail or a vanity with make-up containers strewn … [Read more...] about The Art of Organization
[adrotate banner="3"] Whether you've graduated high school, college, or are starting your career in a new city, making friends can prove itself a worthy challenge. When I moved four hours away from home for university, I had to make all new friends, as I didn't know anyone else also attending my school. After conducting some research and reflecting on my own personal experience, I've come up … [Read more...] about 4 Easy Ways to Make Friends in a New City
“If you have to choose between homework and sleep, get some rest and send me an email letting me know.” When my English professor uttered those words to me senior year, I almost cried. No one with any real power had ever told me it was alright to choose sleep. My college career was a juggle of various jobs, internships, and courses. Homework usually happened after midnight or between classes, and … [Read more...] about Time to Quit the Skimping on Your Sleep