Lifestyle

Easy Instagram Improvements: Marketing Your Page

By: Cat Clinton Social media is not real, and thanks to untouched leaks and captured candids,  most people know this. Social media posts often reflect the best parts of life, also known as a highlight reel. Some people use that information to support the idea that...

Digitally Detoxing

By Evy Gallagher According to a Gear Brain article, the average American spends almost eight hours a day on digital devices. The introduction of smart devices into this generation has shifted some important life aspects online, such as jobs, communication and...

 Local Spots for Health Nuts 

$ = price point of restaurants    By: Evy Gallagher      Living in the south with certain dietary needs or health goals can be difficult. Tuscaloosa, located in the heart of the deep south, has its fair share of comfort food. It, however, also has many great options...

The Best Free Workout Programs for College Students  

 By: Evy Gallagher  In the thick of the pandemic, many of us got on board with the trend of at-home workouts, both for mental and physical benefits. While some cannot wait to be back at the gym, others took a liking to working out in the privacy of their own...

Student Discounts to Help Save this Season

By: Cat Clinton   Students living on campus this Fall are likely trying to keep a low budget, and a few locations around town are making it easy. Whether your college experience consists of classes, a job or internships, it should be possible to save money and...

6 Ways to Keep the Spark Alive

865 miles away By: Jennafer Bowman As the spring semester came to an end (thank goodness), I was mentally exhausted and homesick. I was excited to be reunited with my family and hometown friends, but as my partner and I drove to the airport, I realized they wouldn’t...

11 States in 10 Days: College Road Trip Done Right

Trip timeline day 1-4  By: Laura Fecanin   While sitting on the edge of the Grand Canyon with my best friends, staring at the ombre sunset, all I could think was “this is so not overrated.” The Grand Canyon is one of those must-see places. It’s like the Eiffel...

Impress in the Stress

Interviews are a part of life, whether you are a college student, getting your first job or applying for a scholarship. These crucial, yet nerve-racking experiences prepare us and help us do better at the jobs bestowed upon us. Instead of focusing on the basics of an...

How to Maximize Your Summer

By Lauren Murray Phineas and Ferb said it best: “The annual problem for our generation is finding a good way to spend [summer].” Summers come and go fast, and often many of us wish there was more that we did. We sleep the day away, staying up for limited hours, and...

Life as an Au Pair

By Emily Benito Let's be honest– most of us young women want to travel. Seeing the world is one of those activities that broadens your world and brings so many fun opportunities and experiences into your life.  Being an au pair can give you traveling experience while...

Slow Down

By Lauren Bingham There is so much that changes once we learn to slow down in a world that tells us to keep moving faster. With the world changing so quickly and a culture that is constantly bombarding us with the newest trend to follow, it is unbelievably easy to get...

Zoom Essentials

By Schuyler Rosson From organization to ambiance, this guide will provide tips and tricks to spice up working from home in the Zoom era. These are my go-tos that  make endless Zoom calls a little more manageable. Papier Planner & Stationery The Jag Planner Full of...

Staycation: What to do when you can’t go far

By Lauren Murray For the past couple of weeks, working on school has been our top priority. It has encompassed the majority of our hours and is the cause of most of our stress. However, the time has come for a three-day weekend where we can relax, even if it is brief....

Take a Break: Mindfulness Techniques

 toBy Lauren Murray Life seems to never slow down. Everything seems to move a mile a minute with no chance for a break. Now more than ever, people are adding a substantial amount of activities to their plates and letting them pile up to a never-ending amount of...