4 ways exercise helps improve your grades

Do you feel that no matter how much you study that some things just don’t stick to memory? Well, you’re not alone. Many college students across the country study for hours and still get grades that are average or below on their midterms.

Exercise your way to good grades. (Credit: UNH.edu)

Exercise your way to good grades. (Credit: UNH.edu)

If you feel like you’re in the same boat, I’m here to tell you that there ARE ways to change this! Although you may have a busy schedule and it may seem like you barely have time to eat dinner, there are many reasons why you should schedule an extra hour at the gym each day. Here they are: Read more

Avoid the Freshman 15 with a DIY healthy breakfast

While your mother may have been wrong about breakfast being the most important meal of the day, there is still something to starting your morning off with a healthy breakfast. But finding something that is good for you and quick and easy may seem like an insurmountable challenge. Never fear!

Start your mornings with a healthy breakfast. (Credit: Cooking Light)

Start your mornings with a healthy breakfast. (Credit: Cooking Light)

I have some easy DIY ideas that are perfect, especially if you want to avoid the Freshman 15. Read on for the real deal on breakfast and how to make something fast and yummy. Read more

7 workout tips from a Division I athlete

Working out is a topic that everyone wants to know about, but there are so many different opinions that it is hard to know what is the right way to do things. Here are seven workout tips from my experience as a Division I athlete.

Here are some helpful workout tips for college students. (Credit: Lifestyle Fitness)

Here are some helpful workout tips for college students. (Credit: Lifestyle Fitness)

This is the most basic information to keep in mind while you work out. Enjoy! Read more

A day in the life of Division I athletes

So many high school athletes dream of making it in Division I athletics. It is a dream that is certainly attainable with hard work and discipline, but most of those young athletes don’t understand what the life of a Division I athlete really looks like.

Find out more about the life of college athletes. (Credit: Campus Basement)

Find out more about the life of college athletes. (Credit: Campus Basement)

So, here is what my daily routine looks like for those of you who are trying to become Division I athletes or for those college students who just wonder what the athletes do all day. Keep in mind, not every athlete’s schedule is the same: Read more

DIY energy foods for those who don’t like coffee

Ever wonder why you seem to hit an afternoon slump between the hours of 2 and 4 p.m. every day? Do you wish that were some good alternatives to coffee that would help you power through, maybe some good for you snacks or some DIY energy foods that could keep you going strong?

Check out these tasty energy foods. (Credit: Popsugar)

Check out these tasty energy foods. (Credit: Popsugar)

I’ve got the details on why you start dragging mid-afternoon and some yummy treats that can help you fight back. Read more

Pokémon Go: Is it good or bad for you?

Young and old seem to be obsessed with the new Pokémon Go app. But the latest news may hit a little too close to home for some college students—a 20-year-old student in San Francisco was shot while playing the game with friends at Fisherman’s Wharf.

Here's what you should know about playing Pokémon Go. (Credit: YouTube)

Here’s what you should know about playing Pokémon Go. (Credit: YouTube)

We’ve all heard about the car accidents and other problems that have come from players who don’t pay attention to what is going on around them. Here’s more on how to avoid any other health risks. Read more

What to know about doping in college athletics

A hot topic at this summer’s Olympics in Rio de Janeiro in Brazil is doping of athletes participating in the games. The use of steroids and other performance enhancing drugs in college sports is also a topic of concern among college athletes.

Learn more about the prevalence of doping in sports. (Credit: Tennis Plaza)

Learn more about the prevalence of doping in sports. (Credit: Tennis Plaza)

The prevalence and effects of steroids are a problem in college athletics. Read more

DIY one pot meals to prevent that Freshman 15

College students get a bad rap for eating food that is unhealthy and bad for them. But you can fight that stereotype by creating some good-for-you, one pot meals.

Find out how to add one pot meals to your list of recipes. (Credit: Apron Strings)

Find out how to add one pot meals to your list of recipes. (Credit: Apron Strings)

Having a healthy diet is something that will only help you succeed in college. Read more

Partying in college: 5 tips for college students

It’s no secret that college students often are tempted into joining their friends to party. You’re now an adult out on your own for the first time so you’re free to make your own choices, especially when it comes to going out on a random weeknight.

Partying in college is going to happen so be sure to follow our tips. (Credit: Odyssey)

Partying in college is going to happen so be sure to follow our tips. (Credit: Odyssey)

But, it still might be helpful to recognize the dangers of partying on college campus and the lure of party colleges that you or your friends could come across. Read more

5 DIYs to not try in college

College students like to do things for themselves. It makes you feel independent and in control of your college life. But sometimes you may not have all the information, knowledge or skill; or you may have the wrong information, and doing something yourself could get you into trouble or, unfortunately, could harm you.

There are a few things you just should not do in the dorms. (Credit: Lifehacker)

There are a few things you just should not do in the dorms. (Credit: Lifehacker)

Here are some do not do situations in your college dorm life and campus life that you should leave up to others. Read more