Campus living is always an exciting time. For many, it’s the first time they’re living away from home. With that,...
Living on your own for the first time can be nerve-wracking, especially so when you’re doing it with strangers. There...
You can definitely make the most of your space without breaking the bank.
Dining hall food is fun for about a week freshman year.
The recent cold snap has us all reaching for our chunkiest sweaters and toastiest boots--but don't forget your living space needs some warm inspiration, too!
I wish that there had been some sort of list for what I was actually going to use back when I was in college because I would have saved a lot of money and time moving it all in and out.
When decorating your room it's important to keep comfort in mind. Yea, it should be cute, you don't want to be staring at an eye sore every time you walk into your room, but most importantly it should be comfortable.
Why was Miss K there? I have no clue, but seeing her YOLO it up at the soda machine is truly weirding me out.
I'm proud of my toned legs, but because my arms are weaker, I'm always looking for great arm workouts to build some upper body tone.
The one area of your body you can never work to much is your core. It helps with posture, stabilization, endurance, and overall bodily strength.
Lately, study after study has come out showing that interval training, or burst training, is the most effective way to get in shape, stay in shape and increase endurance. So what is burst training?
Spending lots of time seated leads to general muscle tightness in your entire body, but for most people, it's worst in the lower back and hips. So this week, I've demonstrated a few stretches that are great for relieving tension in those areas.