How to fight hunger with healthy snack ideas

Healthy snack ideas—sounds like an oxymoron, right? When you want to learn how to fight hunger, you aren’t really interested in whether or not what you are eating is good for you. No, it probably goes more like this: “Self,” you say. “Self, I’m hungry. Time for a snack.”

Do you head straight to the fridge when you crave a snack? (Credit: Boldomatic.com)

Do you head straight to the fridge when you crave a snack? (Credit: Boldomatic.com)

And all you care about is that quick energy boost the vending machine provides. But it doesn’t have to be that way; you can create your own nibbles that will satisfy your cravings AND be good for you. Read more

How to keep your cool and stay healthy this summer break

Summer break is a time to kick off your shoes, lie in the sun and take in as many summer drinks as you can. Just because it’s a break from studies doesn’t mean that you can’t exercise your brain cells, though.

Everyone finds a way to stay cool through the summer heat. (Credit: Bootstrap Labs)

Everyone finds a way to stay cool through the summer heat. (Credit: Bootstrap Labs)

Using your ingenuity and stuff that you have on hand can be used in affordable ways to help you stay cool and protect your skin health. Here are a few life hacks for summer including a DIY air conditioner and home remedies for bug bites. Read more

What college students should know about mental health problems

Mental health problems can strike any one, at any time. How to cope when they do is chief among the things you need to know.

Find out how to best cope with mental health problems. (Credit: emPower)

Find out how to best cope with mental health problems. (Credit: emPower)

Equally important is seeking help from mental health professionals as needed to help you. Read more

Common sense for eating healthy on a budget

Food—for too many of us, we have a love/hate relationship with what we eat. You want to eat healthy, but you also want to save money, and all too often the food that is good for you is not kind to your wallet.

Yes, you can eat healthy and enjoy it too. (Credit: MemeCenter)

Yes, you can eat healthy and enjoy it too. (Credit: MemeCenter)

Common sense tells us there has to be a better way. Read on for some tips on eating healthy on a budget. Read more

How to create the perfect exercise plan

How to get in shape? It’s really one of those eternal questions, isn’t it? We all want to stay healthy, but sticking with an exercise plan can be hard. Real hard.

Learn how you can exercise like the pros. (Credit: We Know Memes)

Learn how you can exercise like the pros. (Credit: We Know Memes)

But you can do it, with a workout for beginners that will get you moving, no matter where you are on the fitness spectrum. Read more

So, you got the dreaded sunburn — here’s how to take care of your skin

Sun, sun, sun! It’s been a long, cold, dark winter, and you are ready for some fun in the sun. But before you plop into that lawn chair and lather on the baby oil, take a minute to think about summer skin care. Taking care of your skin is important for a lot of reasons—after all who wants to deal with a sunburn, skin cancer OR look 10 years older than you really are?

Find out how to avoid a sunburn this summer. (Credit: QuickMeme)

Find out how to avoid a sunburn this summer. (Credit: QuickMeme)

It doesn’t mean you have to hide inside all summer though. And should you overindulge, you will want some DIY home remedies that offer some sunburn relief. Read more

Top ten myths about college: What you need to know

When I was in college full-time I heard so many cliché myths in the book: “You’ll gain 15 pounds your first year,” “It’s OK to get all Cs,” and “You’re supposed to be stressed out,” blah, blah, blah. You need to know that myths are just that: myths.

Time to debunk those so called college myths. (Credit: inlander.com)

Time to debunk those so called college myths. (Credit: inlander.com)

If you’re going to survive your college experience, you’ll want to read this list of the top ten myths about college. Read more

Yes, it is possible to decrease your cell phone usage

Life without your mobile phone — seems like a pretty grim thought, right? But once upon a time, cell phone usage was only for emergencies, not for every second of the day. Not to sound like mom or dad, but have you ever wondered if maybe you should use your cell phone less, maybe even “break up” for a short period of time?

Is it possible for you to put your cell phone down as you walk? (Credit: Weknowmemes.com)

Is it possible for you to put your cell phone down as you walk? (Credit: Weknowmemes.com)

If you are interested in seeing what life without your mobile phone would be like, read on for some life hacks to help you in your cell phone detox. Read more

Tips for college students on how to sleep better

A little bit of shuteye never seems so good until you are sleep deprived. The hours we spend at rest may seem like time wasted, but everyone needs that time to keep their bodies working right.

Learn how you can sleep better. (Credit: FunnyMemes.com)

Learn how you can sleep better. (Credit: FunnyMemes.com)

Sleep helps brain function, memory and a whole host of other areas, so establishing and sticking with good sleep habits is a surefire way to improve your health. College students, need some tips for how to sleep better? Read on. Read more

Get fit with these workout routines for college students

Even young college students have to stay in shape. Getting fit takes time and dedication but it doesn’t have to take a lot of cash. Whether it’s a workout routine to build strength or boot camp training to turn you into a Greek god, you can do it yourself.

There are many easy workout routines for college students. (Credit: HackCollege)

There are many easy workout routines for college students. (Credit: HackCollege)

Workout routines don’t have to involve a lot of expensive equipment. And you don’t have to hire a special coach. Let’s take a look at how college students can get fit. Read more