An Open Letter You Deserve to Read When Your Mind is a Mess

We are often too hard on ourselves, especially when things go wrong. I can name countless examples of times I didn’t have my act together. But when you think about the fact that I’m a human in my twenties attempting to define myself while fluttering in the labyrinth  of everyday living, it’s pretty impressive I … Continue Reading

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8 Laundry Tips and Tricks for Millennials

Laundry can feel like a Sisyphean task, but it doesn’t have to be. It can also be a bit of a gray area when it come to understanding what’s right and wrong  We have 8 laundry hacks for you to streamline your the process in both washing and drying. We know you all have busy … Continue Reading

6 Easy Ways To Use DIY Pegboards to Organize Your Home

When it comes to home organization, the most important part of the process is figuring out how to organize and display your household items. A well-organized work-space helps you be more productive, and it’s just more inspiring to work in. While shelves are a good place to start, most homes really need cost-effective and easy … Continue Reading

13 Cute & Easy Halloween Costumes That Won’t Break the Bank

Ok people, it’s almost time for Halloween…YES, ALREADY! Finding an easy Halloween costume that’s comfortable, affordable AND fashionable is quite the challenge. It’s also not exactly easy to go sorting through the expensive, cheaply made costumes the Internet has designated for this fun but kind of weird holiday. I’m personally a big fan of either sourcing … Continue Reading

Top 10 One Tree Hill Episodes to Watch Before It’s Taken Off Netflix

On October 1st Netflix is taking off the best coming of age, true love exists and girl’s night show– One Tree Hill. Before our hearts are completely broken by this decision, out of the 187 total episodes, here are 10 of the best to watch. Listed in chronological order, grab the wine and some tissues … Continue Reading

9 Tips for Balancing GRE Prep With Your Full-Time Job

If you’re working full-time and also applying to graduate programs, I’m impressed! But I also know that striking the right balance can be tricky. Sometimes, it can feel like you’re forced to make a choice: prioritize the present or the future? Working during your GRE prep doesn’t have to be an either/or scenario. There are … Continue Reading

5 Fun Ways to Exercise on a Budget

With summer ending and the holidays quickly approaching (seriously, what?!), we’re all looking for ways to save a little money. While gym memberships can be expensive and often go unused, no one wants their finances to affect their ability to stay active. Here are five tips and ideas for keeping a healthy active lifestyle without … Continue Reading

5 Signs Your Job is Ruining Your Life: Struggling with Work-Life Balance

Managing a balance between your work and the rest of your life can be challenging under the best of circumstances, but sometimes it becomes nearly impossible. It’s important to recognize the signs that your job is negatively affecting other areas of your life and to take steps to bring about a work-life balance. So what … Continue Reading

6 Ways to Find Yourself—Whatever that Means

Wouldn’t it be great if there was a definitive set of steps that, if you follow, will lead to you being your true and happiest self? Let’s face it, there is no bullet-proof method for something so intangible, especially because we are all on our own unique journey. But, you aren’t doomed. I know too … Continue Reading

6 Tips For Building a Career That Really Suits You

As you decide upon a college major and a career path you’d like to go down, you have to deeply consider which job really suits you, your personality, and skills. While some careers may catch your eye for the relatively high pay check, money won’t mean much to you if you end up greatly disliking what you … Continue Reading