Getting ready for swimsuit season

By Gabriella Diesendorf
We all dream of the perfect body, tight stomach and toned legs, but when we need to start doing something about it, that is when the problem occurs. Something is always more important than trainings, healthy diet and well-balanced lifestyle. Nevertheless, those are some of the most important factors that influence our body shape. If you have finally decided to start taking care of your body, and you want to achieve a fit look in a healthy way, these suggestions will help you do it.

Training

It is essential you put your body in the move as much as possible, especially since the swimsuit season is approaching. Every little step you make will count. Therefore, turn the music on and start dancing. Zumba classes are perfect for people who like to dance and lose weight at the same time. Additionally, avoid elevators and climb up the stairs at work.

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Sweet ’16

sweet 16By Bre Ausby
“At 16, set your goals, turn your dreams into reality, you have your whole life ahead of you.” -Unknown

Here we are, in the second month of the year 2016, meaning you either stayed in the race with your goals or you completely gave up because something did not go exactly as planned. Much like the year you turned 16 years old, this year marks the beginning of the rest of your life. This year you’ve more than likely set goals for the amount of weight you want to lose, you’ve determine what foods you won’t eat, and you’ve told yourself that you’re leaving everything that wasn’t good for you last year behind. Granted we do this every year on January 1st and every year on our birthdays; however, by day 3 we have failed completely.

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Lifestyle Supplement: The New Normal

new normal 1She was happily married or so we thought; yet she was broken, becoming more shattered every day and she became very great at hiding it.
I found out about my mother’s sexual orientation my 7th grade year and at that time I did not understand what that would mean for me as her daughter, yet I also didn’t know what she dealt with as far as hiding it from the public eye. Having friends living the lifestyle of a homosexual never compared to having a parent living the lifestyle. Life went from having a step-father and a mother to having a mother and her girlfriend. Life as we knew it changed quickly and nobody asked questions we just went with it.

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Follow Your Passion – It’s Not Just College, It’s Your Career.

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As a child I was encouraged to find what I was passionate about and to work towards that. At first it was helping people; whether the person was hurt physically or I was needed as a listening ear I was there. As I grew and matured I learned that writing was my escape, something that I had to do to maintain a level of sanity during the day. When applying to college I did what everyone said was the best, which was to apply to a major in the STEM programs I that when I graduated money wouldn’t be an issue. The STEM majors are science, technology, engineering and math, which happen to pull in the most income into a household. The issue for me was not the money but my will to stay focused on something I honestly had no interest in.

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