Kali Johnson, Gustavus Adolphus College
During this time of uncertainty and hardship, becoming more aware of ourselves and the world around us is a helpful way to take care of our emotional state.
Instead of harsh judges and fierce competition, this program offers friendly cooperation and the fun of working together.
Wanting too much has been linked to problems with depression, anxiety and relationships. Is going minimal the answer?
It’s become an integral part of our lives, affecting the way we feel about ourselves — and possibly causing some financial drawbacks as well.
On the surface, this dating program sounds like your typical reality show fare, but if you dig a little deeper, you’ll see the contestants actually develop as people.
The transition to adulthood doesn’t have to be a chore. It’s all about embracing the journey and being open to possibility.
Regardless of your skill level or how in shape you are, there’s a few ways to exercise your body while under lockdown.
It’s not always easy, but it’s totally worth it.
They’re the basis for our schedules, physical wellbeing and more. Without this knowledge, our lives would be completely different.
Pushing yourself out of your comfort zone is important but doing it to the detriment of your mental wellbeing can take a toll.
It’s not just gymnasts that need to be resilient.
Keeping your plate full of nutrient-dense foods and planning your days out can help more than you think.
It’s easy to romanticize Taylor Swift’s extremely successful life. What many of us fail to remember is that it can be hard to be famous.
By ditching toxic ingredients, you’ll not only benefit your skin, but also your mind and the planet.
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