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Finding Your Purpose

From the second we enter the world, we are continuously searching for a reason, a “why?” or in other words, a purpose. In the beginning of our lives, we just wanted to understand our surroundings. From questioning where babies come from to wondering why we have to go to school every morning, we just wanted insight on why things were the way they were. As our lives progress and we graduate further into adulthood, we...

Freedom For the “New You”

As we enter the New Year, we tend to always have thoughts of what we can change or how we can recover from the mistakes we may have made last year. Most times, this motivates us to formulate New Year Resolutions. These are meant to guide us in our growth throughout the year. Creating these resolutions can actually help because we find ourselves making better choices and becoming an elevated version of ourselves as the...

How What You Eat Can Affect Your Mood

Have you ever been laying in your disheveled room, stress eating a bag of Sour Patch Kids for the fifth time that week and just felt… even worse? Aside from that extremely specific example, many of us have experienced a similar situation and wondered why the phrase “comfort food” existed, considering we aren’t being comforted at all! This is because the type of food we eat is directly linked to how we feel—both physically and...

Your Oral Health and Your Overall Health

 Did you know there is actually a distinct connection between your oral health and your overall health? Meaning, signs of something being off somewhere else in your body can be present in your mouth. Also, something going wrong in your mouth can cause other things to go wrong throughout your body [1]. Because of this, it is very important for us to be educated on how we can take care of our oral health in...

Achieve new year’s resolutions in the 4 months (or less) you have left

If I’m honest, I’ve kinda grown numb to New Year’s Resolutions. I get excited. I do for a bit. Then I go back to regularly scheduled programming. Womp, womp—   And why does it take a whole 12 months to achieve these goals anyway? While I hate failing at anything, I tell myself that falling off the resolutions band wagon is ok, because I’m…   Juggling a lot Working on other things Helping other people...