Right now, a lot of us are experiencing a weird limbo in the pandemic. If you’re anything like me, anxiety, restlessness, depression, and more are brewing in your mind as we inch towards an uncertain finish line. So what can we do to combat these feelings? Read on to find out.
As we near a less-threatening time of the pandemic, more and more students are starting to return to in-person classes. One big lesson I learned that I will carry over with me as we return to campus is this: I am not superhuman.
I am a woman who gets her period. I go to CVS monthly, swipe my card for pads and tampons, and end up spending over $240 a year on period products. How are women still having to pay for period products?
Calling a plant a pet may sound a little odd, but you have to take care of it and give it attention like any other pet animal. Read on to see how plants can impact your life.
Throughout quarantine, I feel like everyone found cool new hobbies or dove deeper into the ones they already had. I, however, did not. If you feel the same way as I do, I’m here to tell you that it’s okay.
As someone who struggles with mental health issues that run in my family, medication has always been a conversation in my life. Hand in hand, therapy and medication can help you make great strides in your mental health.
As it’s Black History Month, I would like to celebrate the Black inventors who changed our lives for the better many years ago.
Whether you hate Valentine’s Day or not, here are some ways you can still enjoy it!
As we all know by now, plastic is horrible for the environment for many reasons. In order to help our planet out—since it desperately needs it—here are a few ways you can cut down on plastic.
If your experience has been anything like mine the past year, taking care of yourself during the pandemic and a lock down has been tough.