As a freshman, you often don’t get to choose your first roommate. But getting off to a good start with your new dorm mate can help make your college experience so much better. There’s a good chance you’ll end up spending a lot of time together, so keep these tips in mind both before school gets […]Continue reading
If you’re a college student living away from home, then you probably struggle to eat healthy, home cooked meals. That’s why we put together this list of the five best college cookbooks that can help you master the kitchen by the end of the semester. Now, as a student we know you have a hectic daily […]Continue reading
If you’re interested in applying intuitive eating to your life, these three intuitive eating books will help you gain a deeper understanding of this mindful practice. It is a billion-dollar industry fueled by trends and the fear-of-missing-out, FOMO – we are talking about dieting. For some time now (read decades), we’ve had an obsession with […]Continue reading
This article is all about intermittent fasting for college students. We’ll help you understand what it is, how to use it in your life, and a few of the many benefits it provides. Who would ever imagine fasting as a trendy thing? Well, not us – and not for a million years. But that is […]Continue reading
Most college dorms aren’t exactly…inspiring, to say the least. Off-white walls, same old cheap wood furniture, and paper thin carpet that hasn’t been replaced in decades. College dorms, and apartments for that matter, don’t really feel like home. But when you’re in school, that’s exactly what they are. So, as soon as you move in you’ll […]Continue reading
There are so many incredible benefits to having plants in your home. While regular care may scare some people, there are many plants that are low maintenance. The health benefits of being close to nature are well established. priscilla du preez/Unsplash, CC BY-SA Danica-Lea Larcombe, Edith Cowan University The number of Australians living in high-rise […]Continue reading
Spring is here which means college graduation is just around the corner. And with that important day comes the ever important question, what exactly should I wear to graduation.It’s a question asked by not only the graduate but by family members and friends alike. While graduation typically isn’t an incredibly formal affair, it is an […]Continue reading
I’m a bit of a data geek.
I want to see the numbers and how they change over time.
I spend most of my days looking at spreadsheets, identifying trends, and solving problems.
So it’s to be expected, when it comes to my own goals, that I’d figure out a way to meticulously track them.
Last year I set a goal to track what I ate every day. It’s something I did several years before while in college that had dramatic effects on my weight. I lost 40 pounds and felt better and looked better than I ever had before.Continue reading
Pizza was a weekly ritual while I was in college. Most of the time I made it myself though when my budget would allow I’d pick up some delicious Papa Johns.
I picked up this recipe from a buddy in school. I have no idea where he got it but I’ve since found variations of it published all over the internet.Continue reading
My senior year of high school I faced a serious crisis.
All my life I dreamed of working as an architect. I took drafting classes in high school. Scouted out numerous architectural colleges across the country. And read books written by famous architects.
Then in the fall of my senior year, right before college applications were due, I went and shadowed an architect to learn more about what exactly they do all day.Continue reading