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14 New Year Goals for New Grads

Published on December 15th, 2014 | by Kiara Moore

Congratulations graduates, you did it! Gone are the days of cramming sessions, finals’ week breakdowns, and overcaffeination! Pat yourself on the back and hang that framed degree on your wall! Your exciting new life is about ... Read More



First Sick Day – Firsts The Series

Published on December 12th, 2014 | by Liz Z.

A nasty virus can really make you feel awful, and at first glance, it’s a real bummer for a new relationship that’s full of energy and passion.  But it’s also a great way to strip away ... Read More

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I’d Think To That: Disney Sexism?

Published on December 11th, 2014 | by Andrew Tavin

The Internet is filled with think pieces from the left and think pieces from the right. Every week, I’ll be offering my unique perspective on the issues of our time. Spoiler alert: I’m correct.   So ... Read More

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Goodbye Diets

Published on December 9th, 2014 | by Renee Castillo

After having experimented with nearly all the diets in the books, I can testify my reasons against them. I’ve done them all – vegetarian, paleo, gluten-free, Atkins, vegan, raw food…the list goes on. My main reason ... Read More

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Adulting: 3 Ways to Overcome Failure

Published on December 8th, 2014 | by Kiara Moore

Going after your dreams can be really scary with the possibility of failure looming in the distance. The path to get there can be tricky and difficult but knowing that failure is an intrinsic and normal ... Read More



First Double Date – Firsts the Series

Published on December 5th, 2014 | by Liz Z.

After starring in a digital short I wrote and produced for MTV and Funny or Die, “The Spirit of 4/20,” actress and producer Courtney Rackley invited me to write an episode for her hilarious and innovative new ... Read More



What CAN’T You Do With Nutella?

Published on December 4th, 2014 | by Liz Z.

Nutella has been around for decades, pleasing palettes everywhere. Nutella’s hazelnutty goodness was developed in Italy, from which many delicious foods have hailed. It was developed by Pietro Ferrero, the man responsible for Ferrerro Rocher (those ... Read More



‘Cheat Day’ from Paleo with Jason Ryan

Published on November 26th, 2014 | by Jason Ryan

I have always had a fairly unhealthy, and at times, downright toxic relationship with food. I’ve shoveled anything processed, sugar-filled or glorified salt lick into my face with reckless abandon. This has always been a constant ... Read More

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