March 12, 2014

Stuck in a Mental Rut? 3 Reasons to Stay Positive

Do you ever feel like every step you take feels harder than the last? Sometimes we think that the world is against us and wonder ‘why me?’ as we forget an important deadline at work or lock the keys in the car. With the growth of social media, I see […]
March 10, 2014

Escape From Reality

  When my friend suggested a trip to the Sea Ranch, I wasn’t really sure what to expect, but I soon discovered it to be nothing like I had ever imagined. It proved to be one of the most relaxing places I’ve ever been. Located 100 miles north of San […]
March 7, 2014

Six Lessons My 20s Taught Me

It’s exactly two months and nine days until I turn 26. In most of my college classes, I’m considered the old one. I’m officially closer to 30 than 20 and I’m not entirely sure how I feel about it. All in all, I’ve learned a lot from my 20s so […]
March 5, 2014

What Your Nail Color Says About You

First impressions are key. When preparing for a job interview most of us plan out our entire outfit down to our shoes, but we rarely consider the impression other subtle details of our appearance leave. When painting your nails a shiny new shade, choose your color wisely. Your go-to nail […]
February 28, 2014

Why Music Makes Us Feel: Emotionally, Neurologically and Historically

Music is pretty much all encompassing in the digital age. It’s universal and can be heard in all types of advertisements, commercials and TV shows – most of which aren’t about the music itself. Familiar tunes are constantly playing in grocery and department stores; the style of music normally based […]
February 26, 2014

World Cinema: Not Just in English

As American moviegoers, we often like to stay in our comfort zone of what is familiar to us as far as our cinema experience goes. Whether you enjoy action, comedy, or romance, you probably are watching American movies with American slants and messages that are in accordant to mainstream American […]