Let’s face it, as college students, money can seem “tight.” College can be a trying time to save and budget money while attending school, full-time or part-time. With limited spending money, non-necessities are either very limited or taken out completely. So with these limited funds, it is sometimes hard to maintain a social life let alone a romantic relationship.
When Easter rolls around, it is a time of great joy and celebration. This holiday is a new beginning for those who participate and practice the holiday, as a season of Lent, fasting, praying and palms giving. The main focus is in honor of Christ’s rising from the dead as he conquers sin and the consequences of sin, death.
Winter weather typically makes individuals more likely to stay indoors. The house is packed with old Christmas presents, board games and movies and other items obtained throughout the past couple of months. It’s now time for a fresh new start.
Remember that awful shirt you got for your birthday a couple years ago? Or that shirt that went out of style the second you bought it? Or that shirt that shrunk or you grew out of? If you haven’t already disposed of the piece of clothing that does not appeal to you anymore, hold onto it and simply revamp it.
Decorating a room is a great way to express yourself. Many interior-decorating techniques can be used to create an image you want to convey towards the company you have over.
Spring semester is here, and for many of us it means saying good-bye to home-cooked meals and the luxury of having your meals already prepared. As many of us indulged in delicious holiday meals over the winter break, many of us are dreading our meal options over the upcoming semester.
The holidays are a great time to create new memories, while reminiscing on old ones, which is why it’s the perfect time of the year to get friends and families together! It can be difficult to get a large group of people together with conflicting schedules, but throwing your own party can be the dream reunion waiting to happen, especially themed parties.
Dictionary.com defines fashion as “a prevailing custom or style of dress, etiquette, socializing, etc.” But is it really that simple?
Stress is a consistent, tiring reality that everyone deals with in one way or another. Midterms, papers, projects, and tests piling up once the semester is underway can create a lot of tension. According to studygs.net, an online education service for students, excessive anxiety and stress can take a negative toll on our bodies both physically and mentally, with symptoms including exhaustion, loss of/increased appetite, headaches, crying, sleeplessness, and oversleeping. However, there are many ways to combat the negative associations brought on by stress. The University hosts many activities and provides services that can reduce or even help completely rid excessive amounts of stress.