According to Google, microagressions are “indirect, subtle, or unintentional discrimination against members of a marginalized group.”
As a woman in STEM, it can be hard to feel like I belong.
We all come in different shapes and sizes, and that’s what makes each of us unique and beautiful in our own way.
It’s always important to support people that are struggling, and because it is suicide prevention month, we should be trying to spread awareness, show compassion, and help others as much as we can right now.
During the pandemic, most of our motivation suffered. Now, the new school year has begun, and once again, we’re met with many deadlines. However, there are several ways to ensure that we stay motivated.
As good of a feeling as being motivated is, it can be a struggle to find the motivation to keep yourself going and be productive. If you struggle with staying motivated, here are some ways to help:
We’ve all been there: we have a great idea—something that would get us a good grade or memorable experience or promotion or some other step towards our goal—but we don’t have the motivation to do it. Here are a few tips to get past that hump and succeed.
Need help staying focused and motivated? Check out these tips!
Staying motivated with all the busyness in life is difficult. The key is not to burn out. Here are my best tips.
Meal prepping is a very quick and efficient way to prepare the foods you want to eat for the week. Especially now that I am going to college and living on my own for the first time, meal prepping has allowed cooking to become much more convenient.