Everywhere I go people are sniffing, sneezing and coughing. Sometimes, you just have to face it you’re going to get sick. It can be nearly impossible to avoid coming down with something when everyone around you has some sort of virus. You could lock yourself in a room, and come out when cold season is over, but that’s socially unacceptable!
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If you have a pesky cold, or if you feel like one is on its way, this is what you can do to make you feel better.
Over the years, I have learned quality is better than quantity. I was lucky enough to learn this valuable lesson late in high school. However, I didn’t truly listen to my gut until the first few years of post-secondary school. It wasn’t until I moved across the country that I truly realized what I needed. When I moved, I only kept those friends who had positive impacts on my life. I said goodbye to those friendships whose unnecessary negativity brought me down. Hands down, it was one of the best decisions I have ever made.
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December is filled with work parties, family gatherings, catching up with friends, and other Christmas activities. Nights are filled with sipping wine, eating freshly made cookies, and snacking on nuts, cheese, and crackers. It’s easy to gain a few pounds during the holidays when you’re soaking in all the fun evenings with the people you love. Not only that, but the Christmas season can make people stress-eat and skip out on the gym due to the busy season.
Here’s how you can avoid holiday weight gain!
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More and more people are starting to care about the environment. We are constantly hearing about the damage people have done to the earth which is making us millennials act fast. I feel like everyone around me are trying to reuse, reduce, and recycle. Our generation is turning green and trying to fix the damage done to the earth. An easy way you can jump on board the green train is to be waste-free, or at least try to be!
Here are the beginner steps to reduce waste.
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Between work, relationships, family and friends, it can be hard to schedule in time to be outside. The world we live in now seems to be moving faster. People move quicker to get where they have to be, instead of taking time to breathe. If you work a 9-5 office job, I’m sure you want to get home instead of going for a run outside once you leave the office. Here are 5 simple and sneaky ways you can get outside more.
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I don’t know about you, but wherever I work I always seem to be the youngest person in the office. Our generation tends to think differently than the ones previous. I’ve had workplace experiences where coworkers who are in their 40s and 50s can’t seem to adapt to change and embrace the way our generation thinks. I find this can crumble our confidence in our present and future jobs. If you feel like you need a bit of a self-boost here’s how you can regain your workplace confidence.
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Your twenties are your selfish years.
Learning to love yourself should be done in your twenties. You need to use this time to grow, focus on your mental health, and practice self-care. It’s easy to get stressed out during these important years by trying to figure out who you are and what you want. Often, people find themselves comparing where they are in life to others. However, what you really should be focusing on during your twenties is loving who you are.
I know this can be very difficult to do! But, here are 5 tips to help you get on the right pathway to self-care and self-love!
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