Between tests, assignments, work and personal life, it seems like there aren’t enough hours in a day. While constantly juggling the many responsibilities and tasks in our life, it can be easy to fall trap to the idea that working 24/7 is the way to go.
Oftentimes we forget to place significance on the longest and most important relationship in our lives. The ones we form with ourselves.
One of the things that was most noticeable to me following the start of lockdown in the spring was the rise in activism on social media.
Anxiety is a normal human feeling that all of us experience at certain points during our lives.
During this difficult time, I decided to think about some of the ways we have benefited from the pandemic!
No matter how much I may enjoy the app, I think it’s important to acknowledge some of the more toxic qualities of the app, particularly when it comes to body image.
Self-isolating is hard. It’s hard on your body, it’s hard on your mind, and it’s hard on your mental health. Here are some ways that I found helpful for handling the isolation.
COVID and school, two things you never want to hear together. But this is the reality for the thousands of students who returned to school this year.
The healthy use of social media requires balance. With every positive aspect of social media comes a negative one. In this post, my aim is to help you find this middle ground.