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  • Cleaning Your Reusable Water Bottle

    Stephanie Tuba

    Posted on November 23 2018

    Cleaning Your Reusable Water Bottle

    The title of this article might seem strange, but I promise: keep reading and you’ll learn something.

    Reusable plastic and stainless-steel water bottles have—rightfully so—become a trend over the past few years. With more and more Americans growing environmentally conscious, many of us are ditching the 24-pack of Aquafina for the more earth- and wallet-friendly reusable water bottle. Some people, however, often miss the convenience of single-use plastic and complain that reusable water bottles are annoying to hand clean*; and honestly, I used to agree until I got the hang of it.

  • Tips for Staying Healthy During the Cold Season

    Stephanie Tuba

    Posted on November 21 2018

    Tips for Staying Healthy During the Cold Season
    Cold season is upon us, and with that comes the mountains of used tissues, the sound of sneezing echoing around your home and so, so many trips to the pharmacy. Whether or not you’re a student just looking for some relief, or a tired parent picking up after sick children, or just sick of being sick yourself, here’s a couple of cheap ways to keep yourself healthy as we head into the fall months.
  • A Beginner's Guide to Hygge

    Stephanie Tuba

    Posted on November 19 2018

    The population of Denmark are the happiest people in the world, according to the World Happiness Report, in which it has been found to be the “happiest place to live” several times over. In part, it has been accredited to something called Hygge (which is pronounced hoo-gah). The word hygge cannot be directly translated, but derives from the Danish word for "wellbeing". However, hygge is more than a word to the Danes and the many other people who’ve more recently adopted it. It’s also a lifestyle, built around the principles of community and an appreciation for the simple pleasures in life.
  • How to Make a House a Home

    Stephanie Tuba

    Posted on October 22 2018

    How to Make a House a Home
    Often, decorating where we’re living can feel like an unnecessary luxury. It can be expensive and time consuming. Sometimes we’re not even sure how long we are going to be staying and it can seem pointless. For the less aesthetically focused of us, it just feels overwhelming even working out where to start. However, taking time to make your living space comfortable and homely is an important act of self-care.
  • How to Survive College as a Vegan

    Stephanie Tuba

    Posted on October 15 2018

    How to Survive College as a Vegan
    College is all about trying new things and expanding your horizons, which makes it a great time to go vegan! Or, maybe you’ve already been a vegan for a while, but are worried about maintaining that lifestyle in college. These fears are incredibly valid, as sometimes it can be difficult to find affordable vegan options near you (and, let’s face it – if you’re a college student, you’re definitely on the lookout for something affordable!). Take advantage of these tips to help you stick to get the most out of college without compromising your veganism!

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