Coronavirus has taken a toll on our jobs, hours and incomes, inadvertently affecting our daily budgets. Surviving on a college student budget was probably difficult already, and the pandemic has thrown a monkey wrench into our food routines, including grocery shopping etiquette and availabil…

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School. Work. Socializing. The activities that were once what compelled us to climb out of bed and leave the house are now occurring on the small, glowing screens of our laptops, tablets and phones. Our devices enable life to carry on under stay-at-home requirements, but they can also harm o…

In a time where the news is flooded with coronavirus, skyrocketing unemployment rates and presidential elections, it is a perfect time to take a step back and indulge with some podcasts. that are amusing, informative, witty and just might fuel creativity. 

A crucial step of adulthood is balancing work, life and health. Unlike buying pre-made meals, which inevitably drains your bank account faster than you might expect, meal prepping is a life skill that can save you time and money.

Midterm season. A chaotic time when exams, projects, classes, work and everything tough seems to be thrown our way. Potentially filled with late nights and skipped meals, it’s challenging to keep everything in order.