Okay, so you actually want to know what it's like to be gluten free. Here's your cheat sheet to all things GF.
So, applying to college with Celiac disease can be scary! I know when I applied, I had to call different schools' dining services and see if they can accommodate a gluten free diet.
So you read the intro about just exactly what the gluten free diet is. But what does it entail? A lot.
Hi everyone! So I'm sure you've been seeing GLUTEN FREE THE MIRACLE DIET all over Twitter, E! News, and celebrity interviews. I'm here to straighten out all of your misconceptions and questions.
I loved your 2nd grade class. You taught me so many valuable lessons including how to play Oregon Trail. I will never forget you teaching me how to eat popcorn with chopsticks. And I loved the postcard you sent me from the Great Wall of China. How I'd love to see you again, Mrs. Eng, and thank you for all you have taught me. Let's meet up somewhere! Just NOT at any of these places...
In anticipation for The Hunger Games film, fans have been going crazy on the internet. We stumbled across this Tumblr devoted to the best of trilogy and fell in love with each and every simple sentence plastered on a colored background.
Okay, so if you haven't read my last post, I am completely obsessed with The Hunger Games trilogy and cannot wait for the movie coming out in March. Katniss Everdeen, the lead in the book and my new idol, is to be played by Jennifer Lawrence, Hollywood's new It Girl, or at least mine. She is completely fabulous, so to prepare yourself for the film, here are a few facts about the movie's lead actress.
Brad has the power to make anyone swoon, male or female, and has taken our world by storm (shockingly none of his children are named Storm...). But another great fact about my favorite leading man? He can spark an appetite in any being just by watching his films.
With 2012 coming in strong, I can't get over how weird TV keeps getting. Consistently bad reality TV, shows cancelled left and right... I can't stand it. That's why I can't help but be nostalgic for the early 2000's and late 1990's.
So I just finished reading The Hunger Games, the first of three novels in Suzanne Collins’ epic trilogy. After reading the book in its entirety in a little over 3.7 seconds, it’s safe to say I’m officially OBSESSED and just cannot get enough.
I figured we might as well see it while there is still buzz around it since I can't read the 600-page novel in time to see it in theaters. So on we went. And boy, do I regret having my mom, dad, older sister and YOUNGER brother watch this movie next to me, let alone within 1000 miles of me.
As the Festival of Lights wraps up in high, fiery fashion, I think it's time we discuss some of the most outrageous questions Jews have been asked this holiday season. When I was asked to write this article, instead of thinking up questions that non-Jews could ask, I did some research and asked friends (including CollegeCandy editor, the fabulous Jenni Maier) for some real-life experiences.
For Chanukah there are many things I want from stores around town or off my favorite sites online, but this year I'd prefer some things I've learned from Saturday Night Live. Who said TV isn't educational? It's taught me about my true wants and desires. (Besides number 4, but I'm trying to help you girls out there any way I can.)
So December break is right around the corner and you’re starting to hit the gym You know that those thirty minutes of cardio feel like they’ll never end and the easiest way to pass the time is to watch everyone else around you. You look them up and you look them down and try to figure them out.