30 Lessons I Learned Before 30: Part 2- Beauty Edition

30 lessons learned before turning 30, beauty

How Not To Be A “Karen”

What is a “Karen”? First, I would like to express my sympathies for anyone whose name is Karen and feels upset by this trend. Really, calling someone a “Karen" doesn’t have much to do with the name itself as much as it has to do with how the name has been used in recent history.... Continue Reading →

3 Stay-At-Home Mini Date Ideas

Having stay-at-home orders can make it hard to plan a date with your partner that is separate from just everyday life. This can be especially difficult if you’re like me and are used to going outside the household for dates. Here are three fun and easy stay-at-home date ideas that will also be worthwhile when... Continue Reading →

6 Helpful Tips For Self-Care and Productivity

I think it is safe to say we have all been, on various levels, impacted by the recent pandemic spreading through the world. People have been temporarily and, in many cases, permanently let go from jobs that cannot function during social distancing while others are asked to work from home. Many are experiencing quarantine knowing... Continue Reading →

Home Workouts: Quick and Effective

Normally, I’m a gym-goer. I am motivated to move by putting on gym clothes, leaving the house, and working out alongside others. I enjoy listening to music that gets my blood flowing and seeing the same regulars at my gym who show up around the same time I show up. In the past, when I’ve... Continue Reading →

Summer Ready: What I Eat

How do you approach healthy eating to promote body confidence and a better overall well being? I’ve found that almost everyone has their own personal approach. Do you eat what you enjoy, but pay attention to portions? Do you choose a popular diet and closely follow the “rules” of this diet? Or, do you go... Continue Reading →

Early Workouts: What I Learned

About a year-and-a-half ago I became employed at a local gym and, for awhile, that was motivation enough to consistently workout. But, working all day (sometimes at both jobs) and then holding myself to working out afterwards got old really fast. I find that, when life gets busy or stressful, my drive to keep a... Continue Reading →

Finding Motivation

As far back as I can remember, I have always had  the personal life goal to write a novel that I’m proud of. As 6th graders, my friends and I divided up the planets and agreed to write stories about life on those planets. Jenny, friend and Wheatland R-II survivor, recalls writing about made-up life... Continue Reading →

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