College proves to be a difficult time for many students. With pressures from parents, peers, professors and schoolwork pushing down on us, it can be inevitable to feel overwhelmed to the point where it’s detrimental to our health. We’re away from home, experiencing independence, freedom, and responsibility.
We’ve all been there. You’re thinking about dinner, and you realize you have a strong crazy craving for Mexican food. The cheesy, spicy, fresh tastes are beckoning you.
Back in December, media was flooded with stories about how the Kardashian family was endorsing and selling fashion products that were manufactured in foreign sweatshops. We were all shocked until the next news piece came out about a different celebrity, and sweatshops were once again shoved to the back of the concern list.
One of the easiest ways to eat healthy is to substitute junky snack foods for fresh produce. Eating an apple instead of a bag of chips easily reduces your calorie intake and puts vitamins into your body; it’ll give you more energy and strength.
After researching the top fashion cities in the world for last week's article, I came across a few fashion blogs that I thought were interesting, and, a couple hours later, I was still lost in them, reading article after article and admiring picture after picture.
Unfortunately, many people fail to realize the etiquette to being a party guest. It’s not just about showing up at the host or hostesses house and expecting free food. I was recently invited to a house party over spring break and was mortified to find that many of the guests had wonton disregard for the amount of work that the hostess had put into the little soiree.
The Global Language Monitor, a non-profit institute that monitors the frequency of words in the media, has put together their annual list of the top fashion cities in the world. The results reveal the following in order: