No lie, there are too many forms of dieting and exercising to count, thus contributing to the fact that the industries and communities of health and fitness congregate in cliques, separate groups and targeted audiences. It would take nearly ten pairs of hands and feet to count every type of healthy living group on every … More Respect in the Sectors of Health and Fitness
We are WELL at the end of December and by this time, I am WELL into getting ready for the winter quarter in a week. I mean, nobody EVER enjoys returning to the academic stress and crazy workload, right? However, we can all use some more time to lay back and simply enjoy the rest … More Friday Friend Features: Cindy Wei
Christmas. Two days away. And Christmas Eve is literally TOMORROW. While this post is being published, I’m either raiding the nearest shopping mall in hopes of finding gifts for my family or covering my entire house with wrapping paper while attempting to wrap my gifts because I cannot gift-wrap even if my life depended on it. … More Feeling Serene, Dynamic, and Peaceful
DISCLAIMER: READ THE UPDATE AT THE BOTTOM! I am probably going to get a lot of hate with this post. Hehehehe, come at me bruh. ;-/ Before I start, let me insert this BIIIIIIIIG disclaimer. EVERYONE is entitled to their opinion. I understand that Thanksgiving is a very all-American and very important holiday of the … More Tuesday Thoughts: Is Thanksgiving Really an Ethical Holiday?
Something that I’ve always been extremely passionate about is the idea of conformity. In psychology, conformity is the term coined to describe our behavior in which we agree, or we follow certain standards based on society, social peers, religion, etc. I really have no huge problem with conformity, because it is a part of human … More Tuesday Thoughts: Conformity