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How to eat healthily at Subway

| February 2, 2016 | 0 Comments
How to eat healthily at Subway

So we all know Subway, the big sub sandwich fast food chain that started off as a meat-lover’s paradise, but has since changed their focus into healthier eating. With the new motto “Eat fresh” and a bunch of green leaves adorning the sub wrapping paper, Subway has become one of the most popular and successful […]

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Storytime: The most important love language

| January 26, 2016 | 0 Comments
Storytime: The most important love language

As a 16 year old girl, obsessed with boys who didn’t pay attention to her and thought no one would love her, I spent my days worrying about people who didn’t care about me. I ran after too many guys who I thought would give me the time of day, when in return sent me […]

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The ABCs of dealing with stress

| January 26, 2016 | 0 Comments
The ABCs of dealing with stress

Even though it’s the beginning of the semester, stress can begin to pile up as responsibilities grow. Between school, work and social involvements, it’s easy to get overwhelmed and want to call it quits. Here are some tricks and tips to help you combat the stress of life as a student. Adjusting your routine can […]

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Eight tips to keeping your New Year’s resolutions

| January 13, 2016 | 0 Comments
Eight tips to keeping your New Year’s resolutions

Be realistic When picking what your new year’s resolution is going to be, keep in mind what your body and mind is capable of doing. Be realistic with yourself. It’s realistic you want to work out, but starting off by working out every single day is going to be almost impossible. Also, keep your budget […]

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New year new me, for real this time

| January 12, 2016 | 0 Comments
New year new me, for real this time

“New year, new me.” Isn’t that what everyone is saying? It’s refreshing to have a new year, so we make these fitness resolutions and stick to them for as long as we can, maybe even three weeks. Then life ultimately catches up with us when the new semester arrives, and we are once again too […]

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Surviving the fall finals 2k15

| December 8, 2015 | 0 Comments
Surviving the fall finals 2k15

Queue the ominous music, gray clouds and hyperventilating, finals start this week! Now before you roll into a slow panic as the days pass by, take a moment to sit down. Breathe in, then out and tell yourself it will be okay. No more ominous music, pretend the sun is out (if it’s not) and […]

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Kick-start to a healthier new year

| December 2, 2015 | 0 Comments
Kick-start to a healthier new year

Like many of you, I am guilty of following gym buffs on Instagram because I’m envious of the bodies they have. However, weight and muscle aren’t always an indication of good health. We all need to focus a little more on improving our bodies both inside and out. During the holiday season, it can be […]

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The truth about stress and mental health in college

| November 10, 2015 | 1 Comment
The truth about stress and mental health in college

In 2013, anxiety and depression were surveyed as the top mental illnesses on college campuses, according to the American Psychological Association. 41.6 percent of students surveyed showed signs of severe anxiety and 36.4 percent showed symptoms of depression. Psychologists see numbers growing in cases of reported mental health issues and still continue to do work […]

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Help! I’m addicted to Netflix

| November 2, 2015 | 0 Comments
Help! I’m addicted to Netflix

We all have faced the choice between watching the next “Grey’s Anatomy” or “Narcos” episode and finishing up that paper that’s due tomorrow. I bet at least once we have all made the decision to watch the rest of the season, with little motivation to do homework. We are later filled with regret, guilt and […]

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The annual 5K Blacklight run

| October 30, 2015 | 0 Comments
The annual 5K Blacklight run

On Saturday Oct. 17, the 1N3 Foundation hosted their annual 5k to raise money for Children’s Miracle Network. The Blacklight Run was held at the Charlotte Motor Speedway and the turnout was phenomenal. Hundreds of runners came out to support the event dressed in their neon headbands and tutu’s.  These weren’t professional athletes, the track […]

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Workout your week

| October 9, 2015 | 0 Comments
Workout your week

Sometimes it is hard to get motivated to work out if you are bored with what you are doing in the gym. The same thing day after day becomes monotonous and lack of change does not promote muscle growth. Implement these workouts into your gym routine this week if you don’t mind being a little […]

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Fall into fitness

| October 6, 2015 | 0 Comments
Fall into fitness

Autumn is the time of year where many people let their health fall to the wayside. A lot of us have too much pumpkin spice on the brain to realize that as the weather gets cooler, stomachs get bigger. Stores have started stocking their shelves with candy corn and mini snickers and the pumpkin themed […]

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