Health is feeling good in your body, having a positive relationship with your mind and body, and taking care of yourself.
Welcome to the exciting, sometimes dreaded, but always wonderful time of year: the start of school. For college students, this…
Choosing the right colleges to apply to can be a stressful process. There are many factors that go into applying…
I remember my mom telling me to make friends with everyone even if they look different from me the day before my first day of kindergarten. I think that all parents should tell their children this and enforce that it is okay if you look different from others around you.
For the past two semesters that I have been enrolled at Arizona State University, I’ve noticed a lot of students and professors using the opportunities of online/Zoom school to be more inclusive and acknowledging of others.
The end of the semester can be pretty stressful, and resources such as Discord and Slack can help make it easier on students! Read on to see what they have to offer.
Do you struggle with your homework? Check out Khan Academy and LinkedIn Learning!
As a student, an online resource I frequently use is Quizlet. Learn about some of its features here!
Racial discrimination is a very prevalent issue, so it is important to be educated from a young age about the significance of diversity and acceptance. By being educated, it is easier to be more accepting of others.
A friend suggested I carve out time to “do nothing.” I thought she was kidding—how could not working make me feel better about not working? But after a few months of incorporating this time into my mornings, it’s something I have actually come to look forward to. The time to “do nothing” is exactly what it sounds like. You take a few minutes out of your day to sit and quite literally do nothing but observe your thoughts and sensations. This practice is also called “mindfulness,” and essentially allows you space to distance yourself from your emotions…