Whether you explore a new city only two hours away or fly halfway across the world, traveling changes you in unexpected ways.
Social media is like that person who’s butt crack is showing while they are sitting down — you don’t want to look but you can’t look away. But really…it’s addicting. It’s informative. It can be interesting and fun. It can be depressing and alienating. But whether or not we like it, social media is now part of the way our society functions.
The future is unclear. Or at least that is what it feels like when you graduate without a set path. Sometimes, though, no direction is the best direction. I got really lucky and ended up with my first job at a startup company launching a really cool new app.
For this Father’s Day, here are 5 gift ideas that are better than wandering around stores looking for something you know he won’t love:
Bake something sweet. Procrastinating by baking cookies or brownies, or maybe both in the same pan at the same time is probably the best use of your studying time.
Let’s face it, sometimes we don’t have enough time to spend four hours baking the perfect cake. Maybe you need some fun brownies for a party. Or maybe you are procrastinating studying for a test but don’t have ‘real’ ingredients in your college dorm. With these five easy tips, you can take an easy mix from the grocery store and invent a whole new tasty creation.
1. The night before April 1st, find a small square or round box and ice it with chocolate frosting until the box is covered and looks like a cake.
After four years of this so-called balancing act, of being so aware of everything I consumed and whether it was good or bad for me, I needed a change.