Christmas Gifts to Consider

1 of 15 Master’s degree programs include 18 different Master of Education specializations, two Master of Arts in Teaching specializations, a Master of Public Health, and six Master of Science programs in areas like addiction counseling, criminal justice, professional counseling, and psychology, and multiple MBA and Master of Science in Nursing specializations and a good… Read More »

Fantastic Things about Losing My Job

This summer my worst nightmare came true. My full-time job came to an abrupt end. Being thrown into the unknown terrified me at first. But once I got over the initial fear hump it turned out to be a blessing in disguise, despite the sudden lack of wages and predictability. Here are four fantastic things… Read More »

End the 2016 Year on a Festive Note

2016 has gone down in the annals of history as one of the craziest and terrifying years to date. A lot of people have been lost through horrible events. The world is in upheaval over politics and wars. Most people have been praying for 2016 to come to a swift close, but I think the… Read More »

Things to Remember While Job Hunting in November

No matter what time of year, job hunting is a daunting task that makes even the most polished professional flustered and disgruntled. The funny thing is that most of us have what it takes to nail every single interview or job offer we receive, but we somehow lose sight of the simplest, most useful tips… Read More »

Natural Antibiotics That Will Not Harm Your Digestive System

Oftentimes, a simple course of antibiotic medication that is supposed to help you can drastically ruin your digestive system and weaken your immune system. Recently, I had to take antibiotics to treat neck osteochondrosis and I can confidently say that I got more health issues than I faced before that course. My therapist found out… Read More »

Surprising Benefits of Singletasking

Our society has brainwashed us to think that multitasking is an ability to be admired and sought after in employees, parents and everyone else you can think of. I think that the more we can do at one time, the more efficient we are. However, studies actually show quite the opposite. Multitasking is toxic for… Read More »

Cool Halloween Costumes

You can finally rock the look you have always wanted without fear of being judged by a high school crowd. With Halloween just around the corner, the time is perfect to spice up your wardrobe and come up with a wild, attention catching costume idea. Here are some unique costume ideas for 20 something girls… Read More »

Quick Facial Workouts to Enhance Your Beauty

Just like your body needs regular exercises, your face needs some once in a while. While it is crucial to be gentle with your facial muscles – no one wants saggy skin and early wrinkles – performing these five facial exercises will only benefit your face beauty. When performed correctly, facial workouts can help you… Read More »

Girl Who Has Never Been in Love

In whatever way you found this open letter, I would like you to read it. I mean really read it, because it is for you, dear, the one who’s starting to think that maybe love is just fantasy. These words are for you by someone who has been there too: You are not alone So… Read More »

The Secret Beauty of Living an Eco-Feminist Life

Having recently discovered about the movement called Ecofeminism, I found myself drawing a lot of comparisons from it to my own life. Turns out, I have been doing this ecofeminist thing for at least 6 years now. You might be thinking that it sounds kind of complicated to be a tree-hugging, woman-power-promoting child of the… Read More »