Her diet isn't for the faint of heart.
Wait, is this really a thing?
This takes "no pants" to a whole new level.
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Ugly holiday sweaters aren't fitted.
I don’t understand it, but people do the unhealthiest things once they start working the regular 9-5er.
No brunch, or any meal for that matter, is complete without the perfect outfit. Below, I've offered up a few tips, and put together a few of my my favorite outfits to wear to a relaxing Sunday brunch filled with girl talk, gossip, and mimosas.
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My dad used to tell me that any boy who asked me on a second date after taking me to dinner was a keeper because I eat a lot of food in a very unlady-like way. That said, there are certain foods that make me look like more of a dainty lady than others.
Thanksgiving has always been my favorite holiday. Why? Because it’s a holiday that is essentially dedicated to food. And I love food. Yes, I know, we’re supposed to be giving thanks and thinking about Pilgrims, but I’m really just looking forward to the meal.
Things are getting a little depressing on the post-grad front. At night, I enjoy watching The Biggest Loser while I shove a ton of pizza down my throat because I'm so malnourished from a busy day at work. I don't point and laugh, but I certainly indulge in one of those internal chuckles and self-satisfaction that I don't have ripples the size of a tidal wave on my hips.
Ever have one of those days where you were supposed to make an appearance at the gym but got caught up in a marathon study session and platefuls of tater tots instead? Yeah, me too. It's called Saturday. But don't beat yourself up about those less active days; compensate for them!
I know, I know – us glamorous CollegeCandy readers are so busy saving the world, getting better than A+ grades, and flirting with the boy next door, that it’s so hard to incorporate a consistent healthy diet into our daily lives. Yet it’s important to understand that beauty and health last beyond our college years, so we have to do everything in our power to keep the summer glow and prevent any aging wrinkles...