As the countdown to summer time begins, phrases such as “beach body,” “bikini body” and “summer body” start appearing everywhere we turn our heads.
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Over the past four years we have been growing and learning how to become adults, living through a pandemic and adjusting to challenges and changes that we have been faced with along the way, all while working towards earning a degree. Graduating college is a huge accomplishment and milestone in our lives.
Stress is a common feeling that many individuals experience on a daily basis. Life can bring about uncertainties and challenges that can cause individuals to feel stressed and overwhelmed.
We get worried about what comes next in life, but forget to take the time to appreciate where we are right now; now used to be what came next.
Mental health plays a big role in our overall health and well being. Yet, there is still a stigma behind it. Conversations about mental health are something that many individuals have tried to avoid.
There are phrases, compliments and comments that we say without even thinking. Comments regarding physical appearance, even if they are meant as a compliment or with good intention, can be harmful to someone’s self-esteem.
What does it mean to be beautiful? This is a question with an ever-changing answer. In our society women are expected to fit with the constantly changing beauty standards that have been set for them.
“Love Yourself,” “practice self love,” “put yourself first” are phrases that are heard and seen often in our society and on social media. But what is self-love anyways?
Constant attention, gifts, flowers, sweet texts and phone calls. Are these sweet gestures from a potential partner or are you a victim of love bombing?
Social media platforms hold a lot of power. The posts individuals choose to share can reach millions of people and can have a large impact on those who come across them.
Opening up and sharing our true emotions can be an uncomfortable thing to do. We share how we feel and are told to "focus on the good" or to "not be so negative." In many cases, instead of being heard, we are made to feel like it’s our job to turn everything around and "be positive."
Our days begin the second our alarms ring in our ears each morning. From there, we begin another day. A good morning routine sets the mood for the next 24 hours in the day that lies ahead of us.
“What are your plans for after college?”
Perfect is an adjective we all want to describe ourselves with, striving to earn a 4.0, receive 100% on every exam and complete every task flawlessly. However, we are all humans and we all make mistakes.
Worry is a feeling that we are all familiar with. So many of us have experienced a racing heart and a mind filled with endless thoughts. Whether it’s an upcoming exam, presentation or a big event coming up, anxiousness and worried feelings are a natural response that we feel in stressful situations.
“Tell me you have pretty privilege without actually telling me you have pretty privilege.”
Juice cleanses, fad diets, fasting and strict meal plans: easy and efficient ways to lose weight and become the healthiest version of yourself, right? Think again. These are rules that the toxic world of diet culture has set for us and that we have been programmed to follow.
It’s no secret that a lot of us portray our best selves on social media. We use our social platforms such as Instagram to show highlights and clips of our lives where we look and feel our best. However, there are times when the content we post is not a true representation of who we are.
Deep conversations become one word answers, the time between responses goes from minutes to days and, before you know it, it has been a week since you last spoke. There is now no more contact. This is called "ghosting."
TikTok’s content has been flooded with videos of “that girl”. The trending hashtag, #thatgirl currently has over 700 million views on TikTok. However, who is she?