All in Wellness
If the word ‘meditation’ freaks you out, fear no more! I sat down with Group Fitness Coordinator and mindfulness enthusiast, Lisa Padgett, to get her tips for starting your mindfulness journey.
If you find yourself having to pull an all-nighter, here’s how to do it right...
Why must we pull an all-nighter to feel properly prepared for #FinalsWeek? Whatever your unique “why,” it should be the "big-picture" that drives your study habits. Whatever your end goal, write it down and save it. Take a picture of it and set it as your lock screen for the week. Hang it on your mirror, or put it on a sticky note on your laptop. Finals only last one week, and you'll be one step closer to achieving that thing you are here for in the first place.
Here are some "no-brainers" for staying healthy and productive this spring — without a visit to the med clinic.
This year, our Easter baskets will be filled with plenty of sweet treats, but we’re also sneaking in our favorite health and wellness goodies.
You’ve probably been wondering: what’s the big deal with people substituting dairy milk for nut milk?
Staying hydrated is easier when you have a great bottle to drink from.
What's more unavoidable for a college kid than staying up late? Probably nothing. Whether you occasionally pull an all-nighter or you never go to bed before 2 a.m., staying up is part of college life.
I'm always finding myself stuck after the winter break, taking a while to re-adjust to a busy college life. Here's how I've made the transition a little more smooth.
Looking for effective face masks that won’t break the bank?
Check out these five masks made with ingredients found in your own kitchen cabinet!
When it comes to matcha, you might be wondering: what all the fuss is about. Or you may not even know what it is? Don't worry, we've got you covered.