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We’ve teamed up with Active Minds as the nation’s leading nonprofit promoting mental health awareness and education for young adults, to help reach young people with hopeful messages.
As a sticker collector, it’s important that you know where your stickers are coming from and whether they are durable enough to withstand the elements of nature.
Like so many country songs before this absolute anthem, Jada Reilee sings of her love to a country boy. Jada doesn’t specify who the country boy is, where he’s from, or what he’s done to capture his heart, but it doesn’t matter. Along with the iconic “Country Boy I love you” is her closing tongue wag and eyebrow raise which seals her infatuation with the nameless country boy
The idea of raising a dog in college can seem great. But just because you love dogs doesn’t necessarily mean that you can handle raising one in college.
That’s the Tea started - like a lot of slang - in black drag culture during the 90s. It was referenced in a nonfiction book titled Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, in which drag performer The Lady Chablis is interviewed about her life. She mentions that she avoids certain kinds of men who could become violent when they “find out her T.”
Vine: It’s an Avocado…Thanks When: August 7, 2015 Where: New England Vine Description: When you are really good at pretending to like your birthda...
As a student at Moore College of Art & Design in Philadelphia, fashion designer Lilah James used her personal experience with and journey thro...
Vinyl stickers are the perfect way to show off your interests and your passions. And with so many out there, let’s break down the best places to stick your stickers.
With the goal of raising public awareness of mental health, Big Moods is offering a $500 annual scholarship presented to college students who have experienced mental illness.
hat we eat has a big impact on how we feel. This means that making simple changes to one’s diet and lifestyle can help boost mood, improve concentration, and reduce anxiety. Furthermore, many of the most nutritious “brain foods” can be inside the average school cafeteria.
Let’s talk about building our positivity muscles. That’s right, positivity can be trained and developed, so that we can battle against those feelings of negativity creeping in our heads. It’s not a quick fix, so you may not finish this post and immediately break out in song and dance. But these tips, if practiced, have been scientifically proven to make you a more positive person.