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Pour some water into a small saucepan until it is about 3/4 full. Place pan on stove until bubbles start coming up. Then, add pasta. Stir occasionally until pasta is soft. Next, follow directions on the blue box or add the Ramen flavoring. Lastly, pour contents into a bowl and run off to your next class or finish last night's homework.
Let's face it, most college girls are not gourmet chefs. We're lucky if we have time to shower in the morning, much less cook a three course meal in between classes, meetings, part time jobs, and of course, being fabulous! However, this often causes our eating habits to suffer with frequent visits to McDonald's and 10 cent packages of Ramen.
Eating well doesn't require hours of preparation. Look for pre-cooked chicken breasts in the frozen foods section at the grocery store and stock up on fresh vegetables that only take a few minutes to cook. Try preparing your meals on the weekends when you have extra time and store them in your refrigerator or freezer to eat during the week.
If you are interested in experimenting, there are lots of cookbooks devoted to healthy cooking on the go. Try Rachael Ray's 30 minute meals cookbook. All of the recipes are easy to cook and delicious! There's nothing a little EVOO (Ray's famous abbreviation for extra virgin olive oil) can't do.
No one wants to gain the freshman, sophomore, and junior fifteen! Preparing healthy meals at home will help cut the calories as well as make you feel more satisfied after eating. Plus, it's great practice for that real world thing people are always talking about.
In college, it’s natural for people to drink a little somethin’ somethin’ on the weekends right? I know it’s a pretty big part of any campus, and in mine where there’s so little to do besides looking at the beautiful scenery – it can be a huge part of college life.
The drama surrounding doping and performance enhancers in the world of sports may be making its way over to the academic world. The stress of school and the desire to succeed can often drive us to take drastic measures. Many of us are often tempted to go beyond the caffeine consumption and resort to other methods, such as Adderall, a stimulant used to increase focus.
It'd be cool to have something named after me. I actually have a funny dream of one day being so rich I donate to my former university as an Alumni and get a building or hall named after me. While, that happening may be simply a dream anyone of us can have a star named after us or someone else.
Our very own career columnist, Brad Karsh, will be on CNN at 12 PM EST today. He will be talking about about the job market and job search in relation to the economy. Very relevant to all our Chic readers! Tune in and see what he has to say!