In spite of this ongoing trend, though, you may not be quite sure if city living is the right option for you, and that’s a fair thought — it doesn’t suit everyone.
Whenever you get the chance, get yourself outside into natural daylight. If the weather isn’t too terrible, take a 10-minute walk over your lunch break. Take yourself skiing or build a snowman when you have some daylight hours off.
Think about the last time you got sick. Did anyone ridicule you for it? Did anyone sigh in exasperation that you were ill yet again?
The wintertime can actually be the perfect time for running if you’re smart about it.
One of the biggest myths surrounding breast cancer is that the disease only affects women.
Many women covet that natural look, one that looks effortless.
No one likes to feel invisible. LGBTQ representation in media helps alleviate years of silence and invisibility in the community, while also teaching those outside the community that LGBTQ people exist and are as valued as anyone else.
Make your storage creative.
You may feel you don’t have time for cooking a pot roast or even making yourself a sandwich. After college, meeting over food or drinks seems to be the only way to connect before something else makes your to-do list.
Heal your heart with traditional, old-school pre-Internet ways.