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Resilient Warriors: Power Of Yet

Resilient Warriors: Power Of Yet

I often hear myself saying “I’m not good at this” or “I don’t understand this” and that might be a common phrase for others as well that we hear around campus. In this video, Power of Yet by Mick Lynch, he talks all about the simple, but powerful word “yet.” He...

10 Meals For 10 Dollars Or Less

10 Meals For 10 Dollars Or Less

The post-Thanksgiving feelings are kicking in, and you’re realizing we only have about 3 weeks left in the fall semester! The leftovers that your parents sent home with you will only last so long and after that, grocery shopping is a must.     Nobody likes spending a...

Resilient Warriors: Flip the Switch Of Gratitude

Resilient Warriors: Flip the Switch Of Gratitude

We all have something that we are grateful for no matter what that person or item may be and these things are important to our lives and that’s why it is so important to practice and use gratitude to become resilient warriors. This week, after watching Mick Lynch’s...

Healthy Tips for A Happy Holiday

Healthy Tips for A Happy Holiday

The holiday season is upon us! For many people, Thanksgiving kicks off this special time of year where we all go a little food crazy. Pie, stuffing, turkey, mashed potatoes, gravy, hot dish, rolls, cranberry sauce, snickers salad, and… are you hungry yet? So am I! The...

Resilient Warriors: Let Go

Resilient Warriors: Let Go

As a college student, not to mention a senior soon to be graduating, “going with the flow” might not always seem like an option. The stress of school, work, friends, etc. can take a toll on us and that’s why this video by Mick Lynch is all about finding inner peace...

Resilient Warriors: Let Your (Moral) Compass Be Your Guide

Resilient Warriors: Let Your (Moral) Compass Be Your Guide

Morals and values are words brought up a lot in today’s society. There are decisions made every day in our lives individually and in the world around us that balance morality and self-interest. In other words, what is the most beneficial choice may not always be the...

National Diabetes Awareness Month: Getting Educated

National Diabetes Awareness Month: Getting Educated

November is National Diabetes Awareness Month and what better way to celebrate than by getting educated? Since I don’t have diabetes I wanted to consult someone with a bit more experience to write this blog. Thankfully my mom, Brenda Solarz-Johnson, is well-educated...

9 Tips for Beating Sickness in the Residence Halls

9 Tips for Beating Sickness in the Residence Halls

It’s that time of year again… everyone is getting sick! From your professors who are cancelling class, your favorite cafeteria workers who aren’t there, to your closest friend who basically lives in your room.     Before you catch whatever is coming your way next,...

Easy Nighttime Self-Care Tips to Destress

Easy Nighttime Self-Care Tips to Destress

Let’s face it, we’re finally at the point in the semester where a lot of us are burning out and it can be difficult to relax in the dorms or with a roommate. Don’t worry though, there are very simple things you can add into your nighttime routine to fully destress,...

Resilient Warriors: Aim For The Bullseye

You may be hearing the word “resilience” a lot more on campus this year and that is because it is WSU’s theme. The word resiliency holds multiple meanings for different people and but having resilience is ultimately about being flexible, bouncing back from difficult...

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