Don’t let the cold, dry weather take its toll on your skin.
My mom used to tell me that during job interviews, when asked her what her worst quality was, she’d answer that she was a perfectionist. It makes sense: Perfectionism can be viewed as a very positive thing by employers, who want their employees to make as few mistakes as possible. But for the person who
“Leave work on time. Don’t arrive early. Take all the breaks allowed. Leave the desk a mess. Allow yourself a set number of tries to finish a job; then turn in what you have.” If these tasks seem ridiculous, irresponsible and unthinkable to you, you may be a perfectionist. While reading this New York Times
Throughout my college career, I have become fairly accustomed to sleeping on couches. Random couches, usually (although more than once I've opened my eyes only to find myself haphazardly passed out on my own peach-pink couch, wondering how in the hell I got home the night before). However, no matter which couch I snuggle up
In my kitchen, I have two types of cereal. The first is Special K with strawberries. One cup, plus milk, has just 150 calories, with none of those from fat. I have eaten this cereal for most mornings for the past year. Now, Kellogg’s has added a new flavor to test my taste buds, chocolatey
World AIDS Day may be on December 1st, but don’t wait! Get involved now.
As I drove 10 hours (instead of the predicted seven) to my cousins’ house in New Jersey last night, I finally figured out what my blog would be about today–safe holiday driving. Because being alive is a big part of being healthy. Roadtripamerica.com has many excellent tips for safe driving. Here are a few that
My roommate and I may turn into cucumbers. We are obsessed with the Dove Cool Moisture line, which has a cucumber and green tea scent, because it refreshes us and protects our skin from the harsh, winter weather. We both have the shampoo and conditioner, I have the body wash and she has the foaming
To tan or not to tan? Learn about the dangers of the dark side.
"It became one of my goals in life to research pro-anorexia groups and find out what these girls are going through. Were they all anorexics? Or were they just trying to “fit in” to this mold?"