Meg- University of Delaware

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Feb 25, 2012

How to Get Help for an Addiction

Addiction comes in as many types and sizes as the people it effects. Addiction is not something to be taken lightly either, no matter the magnitude of the situation. Whether it's drug addiction, shopping addiction or exercise addiction, any person struggling needs a strong support system.

Dec 11, 2011

Recipe for a Great Morning Recap Sesh

A brunch recap sesh is the perfect only way to end an epic weekend. It's absolutely essential to make sure all parties are aware of the ridiculous things that happened Thursday through Sunday. After four years of recapping embarrassing, hilarious and truly epic weekends, I think I've nailed down a few key elements to make sure that you experience the ultimate brunch recap session every single Sunday.

Nov 20, 2011

5 College Musicians You Need To Know About

I finally decided to put my efforts into finding unknown, musically talented people (aka, NOT me). Here's a little taste of who I've found. (Oh, and p.s., they're all college age-d. Hello jealousy.) Whether you love awesome mixes of the newest stuff, or something off the beaten path, you're going to enjoy at least some of the following artists...

True Story: I Committed Dormcest

Dormcest, especially floorcest, was quite the epidemic my freshman year. For the first month, I just didn't get it. It was like making out with your closest friend. Didn't anyone feel awkward? Weren't they weirded out by it? Wasn't it bizarre to be (essentially) sharing a room with the person you're hooking up with? Maybe I was naive, but I voted yes.x

The Do's and Don'ts of Going to College With Your BFF

It started at the bus stop. I was probably wearing obnoxiously colored leggings and keds, and she was probably wearing a denim jumper and Mary Janes with those little white socks with the frilly edges. You know the types. She asked if I wanted to share a bus seat with her since we were in the same kindergarten class. I said yes. Fast forward 13 years, and we're texting each other about our plans for the first night of college.

Top 5 Reasons to Love Derek Jeter

My most recent superfluous expenditure was my 100-dollars-a-pop July 9th tickets. Nevermind that my (BRAND-SPANKIN'-NEW) car broke down en-route to the game, I got to attend one of the greatest days of Derek Jeter's career. Congrats on 3,000 Captain, and here's five reasons everyone should love Derek Jeter.

May 10, 2011

Summer School: Do or Don't?

Summer's for day drinking, wearing cute sundresses, basking in the sun and finding the perfect summer romance. But who says that can't all happen while you're still on campus? Here are a few things to keep in mind when you're making the big decision about taking summer classes.

Mar 24, 2011

I Went to My Safety School… And I Love It!

I am a brand name brat. I'll admit it. When it came time to look for colleges junior year, I knew that I had exactly three criteria: small, private, in the northeast. Not only did I think that these criteria would lead me to my dream education and job (let alone dream hubby), I thought that it was exactly what I wanted.

Nov 23, 2010

A Guide to Spending Thanksgiving With Someone Else’s Family

Thanksgiving brings together three of my favorite things, family, eating, and football. With every decadent dish, I find myself being more and more thankful that my family's not judging me for the 3rd helping of garlic mashed potatoes. Unfortunately, college sometimes means being very far away from your family when you need them the most.

Nov 17, 2010

Show That Flu Who’s Boss!

The flu sucks. There, I've gone and said it; plain and simple. It makes you feel gross, look gross and keeps you in bed all day (in a very different way than you'd want). Usually I'd be looking for any excuse to cuddle up with my favorite movie and relapse into a diet of soup and saltines, but not when it's for weeks on end and makes you feel just plain shoddy.

Sep 9, 2010

So… You’ve Never Seen a Football Game

Ever feel like you're the only one sitting on the couch, mindlessly staring at the TV with no idea what's going on? Are phrases like "point conversion", "fumble" and "fourth down" completely foreign to you? Well have no fear, here are a few simple things to keep in mind so that you can keep your head afloat during Monday Night Football. Grab the chips and dip, and prep yourself for kickoff!

Jul 12, 2010

Shop a Lot, Save a Lot: Money Saving Tips for The Shopping Obsessed

Shopping, like any other sport, requires technique, skill and good eye for talent. Okay, so maybe shopping isn't exactly an Olympic sport (yet), but being smart about the way you go about it can make you feel like you've certainly won some kind of contest (and saved some big bucks!).

Jul 5, 2010

My Life As… An Engineering Student

I'd bet my graphing calculator that you don't have many girlfriends that are engineers. It's not because we're antisocial (well, I'll speak for myself on that one...), it's because there aren't many of us to begin with. Sure, it may seem like a pretty sweet deal to be one of seven girls in a class of 100, but I promise its not all it's cracked up to be.

Jul 4, 2010

7 Reasons Why I Hate to Love a Military Boy

I've always admired those in the military, but when I found out that my boyfriend was going to be one of them, I have to admit that I wasn't exactly thrilled. Sure, being in the Air Force seemed really intriguing, but for someone else. Someone I wouldn't have to miss at dinner or on the couch.

Jun 13, 2010

Let’s Make Some Summer Resolutions

Everyone makes great resolutions on New Years: Be healthy! Lose weight! Don't gossip! All of these are great, but now that it's nearly June, how many of us realistically even remember what anthem we chose to sing this year? Its time for something new. Its something I've done every summer since the beginning of high school: summer resolutions.