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Here Are 5 Horror Films to Keep You up at Night If you’re a fan of horror films and watching movies where someone’s chopping another’s body like they’re short on meat for dinner, we cannot be friends. Fun fact about me: I got kicked out of the AMC for excessive screaming when watching Insidious. Excessive screaming. Isn’t that the point of these films?  I never like...

The Best Tips for Planning a Baby Shower

When it comes to planning anything, my mind automatically brings up the most useful invention known to humankind: the list. Lists are lifesavers when planning events, especially events that you’re planning for others, require tons of brainstorming, and attention to every detail. While this article may sound like it’s about the wonders of lists and how I personally can’t live...

5 Ways to Ensure a Fun, Memorable Summer

Ah, summer. Childhood memories come flooding back, reminding you that the only fun break you had as a child was indeed in the summer. There were no responsibilities, no errands to run, no assignments due. Just you and your friends chasing down the ice-cream truck and chilling in the pool at the YMCA.  I’m sure if you can turn back time, you would, but being an adult isn’t so bad. For one, you can...

How to Prepare for Life After Quarantine

With the COVID-19 pandemic rapidly spreading throughout the world, no one is certain of what’s to happen in the next couple of weeks, months, and possibly years. Hopefully, it never reaches that extent, and life can resume to how it was sooner than later.  The last few months have taken their toll on individuals, mentally, physically, and financially. According to NBC News, “The coronavirus...

Best Workout Channels to Keep You Fit (At Home)

With summer rapidly approaching, many of us are beginning to change our habits to achieve that front cover of a magazine “summer bod.” Maybe it’s due to temperatures quickly rising, everyone posting their weight loss journey in quarantine, or perhaps you decided it’s time to take out that bikini you repurchased a few years back.  You admit you’ve put on a few extra pounds...

How to Keep Busy at Home During a Pandemic 

This may be slightly difficult to believe, but there are hundreds of things you can do in quarantine other than watching TikTok all day. With thousands of events around the world being postponed or canceled, people are instructed to stay home whether or not they show the implication of illness. It’s safe to say that self-quarantining can take a toll on mental health, especially on extroverts and...

How Retreats Can Change Your Life

Yoga, meditation, wellness retreats- whatever you prefer to call it- are escapes that can alter and reshape your life in ways you can’t imagine. Retreats mean to take you away from the hecticness of your life and grant you 1-4 weeks (sometimes months) to reconnect with your body, mind, and spirit. Activities vary depending on where you are headed in life, but the result is the same: they allow...

COVID-19 Daily Schedule for Children

It’s safe to say none of us are having the year we were anticipating. Pandemic and quarantine are two words I never thought I’d hear in my lifetime, but here we are. With the Coronavirus hastily spreading over several regions, many states are calling for their residents to stay indoors, desensitize constantly, and limit physical contact. Establishments-including schools- have been ordered to...

The #1 Romantic Place of 2019 

Why It Should Be Your Next Getaway If you and your partner are planning a getaway, it can be tough to pick a place despite all the fantastic recommendations from friends, family, and my personal favorite-the internet. Of course, you should always circle your planning around your getaway’s best travel time of year, because hello, no one wants a vacation where you’re cooped up all day...

The 8 Best Habits of Successful People

The ways to be successful are unlimited. With that said, how does each individual describe success? Maybe it’s not one goal, but several along the way to the ultimate goal. For example, if you’ve decided to stop smoking cigarettes, you’d count one week as a massive success. Finishing a book within two weeks is a breakthrough. Defining triumph has a different meaning for everyone.  There has to be...

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