Have you ever felt stressed, anxious, tired, or depressed? Or maybe you are feeling some of those things right now. Finding time to practice some form of yoga can be one of the most beneficial things you do for your health! Listed below you can find just some of the health benefits experienced by college… Continue reading The Benefits of Practicing Yoga: How Yoga Affects Your Health
You walk into a large buffet sized dining area overwhelmed with all of the food that you see. As you walk through the main room of the buffet you see an elegant fruit display. Alongside the fruit, there are yogurts with granola on the side. As you keep walking you hear the sizzle of burgers… Continue reading 5 Tips of Eating at Lawrence Dining Hall
Children, Parents, Coaches! Author: Sean Guyre Many parents and children have to deal with coaches that do not have the same philosophical beliefs as they do. This is especially important to recognize when your children are in the transitional years. Ages 8 and 14 are crucial to learning the fundamentals of a sport. Children go… Continue reading Children, Parents, Coaches!
BEEP! BEEP! BEEP! It’s 7 a.m. —your alarm goes off, you roll over and hit snooze. BEEP! BEEP! BEEP! It’s 7:15 a.m.—your alarm goes off again, you hit snooze….. It’s 7:45 a.m. and you wake up in panic because your 8 a.m. class is across campus; there is no way you are going to make… Continue reading 6 Tips on How to Stay Healthy in College
Most people think that you can’t do much with your Communication Studies degree after graduation, but they’re totally wrong! Careers in communication don’t always have to do with social media, or marketing per say. There are so many different opportunities in Communication Studies that aren’t even advertised. One thing I always look for when job… Continue reading Practice Administrator: Communication in Healthcare