8 Times Joyrun Comes In Clutch When Times Are Tough

8 Times Joyrun Comes In Clutch When Times Are Tough

Download this super trendy app today, and have food from any restaurant delivered to your door faster than you could ever imagine!
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There are two more weeks of winter quarter, and let's face it–times are tough.

Your energy is limited, your motivation is decreasing, and your dreams are filled with blue skies, clear oceans, and the freedom that awaits you during spring break.

You're only two weeks away.

You can do this.

But you can't do it alone.

You need Joyrun's help, and you need it bad.

I'm a huge fan of Joyrun, and honestly don't know how I would have made it this far in college without this innovative app that delivers exactly what I'm craving right to my doorstep! Too name just a few out of many, here are some very realistic scenarios that we bet you've found yourself in before that could have been resolved with the awesomeness that is Joyrun.

1. Finals Week is approaching, and you're barely hanging on for dear life. You've been in the library for six hours, but it only feels like its been six minutes because you aren't nearly close to being done with your portion of the Google docs study guide. Not even close. You know you need caffeine, but you're in the zone and if you leave your studies, you'll only get distracted and fall further behind.

But lucky for you, Joyrun knows your struggle, and thus has created a $1 Dutch Bros run from 7 p.m. - 11 p.m. March 7 - March 11! Honestly, what could be better? The answer is nothing. Nothing could be better than this.


Did someone say $1 Dutch Bros?

2. Its 2 a.m. on a Saturday night. Your drunk friend is crying because her boyfriend denied her calls, and she just saw another girl in his Snapchat story. Not even four boxes of tissues can solve this one, but you know what can? Pizza! So don't wait a second longer, Joyrun an extra large Woodstocks pizza right now. Your best friend will thank you in the morning.



3. Monday night -- new week, new you. So why start it off with just another boring meal at the DC when you could Joyrun a burrito for only $5? What a steal.



4. 5 p.m. is close to dinner time, but not quite. You need something to hold you over, and you've been craving a burger from In-N-Out all day. Plus, you know you aced your pop quiz in discussion, so you deserve it. Request a Joyrun. You know you want to.



5. Your best friend is having a rough night. You'd go over to comfort her, but you don't have a car. But everyone knows the ultimate sign of love is requesting a Joyrun to Panera to be delivered right to your friend's door. It's common knowledge!



6. So the party you were looking forward to all week got rolled early, and only one thing can fix your mood. Unfortunately, you're a broke college student and can't Uber to El Burrito. But don't worry. Joyrun's got your back and has you covered.



7. Are you really craving Chipotle, but you're trying to save money because you're just $15 short of your Coachella ticket? Well, guess what? Become a Joyrun runner! Pick up a Joyrun with five people and set the delivery fee for $3 and you're set! You no longer have to count your spare change, because working for Joyrun is fast, easy, and brings in some much needed pocket money.



8. This all sounds great, and we know you can't wait to get started. And guess what? Chances are you know people with free delivery codes, so start spreading the word about Joyrun, save money, and eat well!

So what are you waiting for? Download Joyrun today, and may all of your food dreams come true.


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10 Things I Learned When My Best Friend Got Pregnant In High School

In this world where you can be anything: be a friend (and be a good one).

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Life: full of amazing, unforeseen circumstances. How you roll with the punches only reveals your strength.
True friends are like diamonds: bright, beautiful, valuable, and always in style." -Nicole Richie

I remember when I first heard the big news. I didn't want to believe it. My heart dropped. I was worried for you. What would happen? How would you get through this? Nothing we knew would ever be the same. Our world was about to change forever. I recalled the verse Isaiah 41:10, "Do not be afraid, for I am with you." I knew God was with you and would always be. I knew God needed me to be here for you, no matter what.

Turns out, you had this all in the bag. You handled everything with grace and dignity. You were strong even on your hardest days. You were overwhelmed with faith and you inspired me with your perseverance through the hardest times. I could not be more proud of who you became because of the cards you were dealt.

To Meaghan: I love you. I'm always here, no matter where. Hudson is so lucky to have you.

Here's what I learned from you and your sweet baby boy:

1. Contrary to popular belief, it is NOT the end of the world

Start making plans for the future. Pick out clothes, decorations, and toys. Help with all the madness and preparation. She would do the same for you. Plus, 9 p.m. runs to Toys-R-Us just to buy the baby some socks (because you do not know the gender yet) is always a good idea. You have to focus on the big picture. Life doesn't stop even when you want to.

2. No matter how much you want to freak out, remain calm

Getting unexpected news is never easy to hear. If needed, cry. Cry until you cannot anymore. Then, get up and be strong, she needs you. Be flexible (You want to come over to hang out? Right now? No, I'm not in the middle of ten thousand things, come on over). Be available (yes, even for her 3 a.m. insomnia calls just to see "what's up?") "Meaghan, why are you even awake right now?"

3. Radiate positivity. Always. 

This is an emotional time. The LAST thing she needs is someone bringing her down. "No, honey, you're glowing!" "You do not look fat in that bikini!!" "You are rocking that baby bump!" "Oh, that's your the third day in a row you're eating a Sonic burger for lunch? You go girl!"

4. Be ready for all the times: happy, confusing, stressful, sad, (but mostly) exciting

Mixed emotions are so hard, but look for the silver lining. With your support, she will be strong.

"Who knew picking out the brand of diapers to buy was so stressful?"

5. This world is a scary place. You never want to be all alone, so don't be. 

Like the song says, we, really do, all need someone to lean on. Just being there for someone goes a long way. "Meaghan what the heck are you doing in MY bed? How long have you been here?"

6. Lean on God. His plan is greater than we could ever imagine. 

When you don't know where to go, or who to turn to, pray! Pray for the burdens you feel. Pray for the future. Pray for patience. Pray for the ability to not grow weary. Pray for a heart of compassion. Pray. Pray. Pray.

7. Something we never knew we needed. 

Some of the best things in life are things we never knew we needed. Who knows where we would be without this sweet face?

"Hudson say Lib. Libby. L-- Come ON!" "CAT!" "Okay, that works too."

8. "Mother knows best"...is accurate, whether you believe it or not

Turns out, seventeen-year-olds don't know how to plan baby showers. Our moms have been there, done that. They want to be involved just as much as we do, so let them! Listen to their guidance. After all, they're professionals.

9. There will *almost always* be a "better way" of doing something...but, be a cheerleader, not a critic 

This is something many people struggle with in general, but it is not your DNA, it is not your place to be a critic. Let her raise her own baby. You are there to be a friend, not a mentor. ****Unless she's about to name the baby something absolutely terrible -- for the love of that baby, don't let her name that kid something everyone hates.

10.  At the end of the day, it's not what you have or what you know; rather, it is all about who you love and those who love you

Life has adapted, but for the better. We grew up, learned, and became stronger. All the while, we stayed friends every step of the way. We still have the same fun and most definitely, the same laughs.

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Profit Over The People

Diversity comes in various forms; whether it be culturally or fiscally, there are several ways to identify people as similar or different. The city of Miami, FL loves to advertise its diversity when it comes to attracting tourists, yet it is choosing profit over its people.

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The google definition for gentrification is "the process of renovating and improving a house or district so that it conforms to middle-class taste." Which seems extremely palatable, but the gross and harsh reality is that gentrification is the destruction of housing in impoverished areas to then construct neighborhoods of higher value. And in that process, the homes, memories, and culture of those areas are erased off the face of the earth as if they never existed.

The residents of these homes do receive compensation for giving up their homes, but not nearly enough to find an alternative housing solution. This has been the case for the city of Miami for quite some time now; placing shopping malls and luxury condominiums on top of the memories and homes of families that have resided in the same area for decades on end.

According to the 2015 and 2016 census, Miami ranks second worst in the nation for income and poverty levels, yet officials deem it appropriate to further the expansion of luxury living and attraction by ridding of the low-income communities. The homeless population in the city of Miami has been a major concern for years; but instead of addressing said issue, they are simply contributing to it by further permitting these expansions to occur.

These construction projects not only contribute to pre-existing traffic problem in the city of Miami due to overpopulation but leaves those who once had a home, out on the streets. There is a total of 179,200 households in Miami-Dade County, 44% of those house children under the age of 18 years old and the household poverty rate in Miami- Dade County was 21.3%, according to the 2013 ACS.

What are the odds of there being households that fall under both of those categories; not only is gentrification putting paying citizens out on the streets, but their children as well.

Allowing the private agendas of public officials affect our neighbors in such a manner is merciless. A large part of Miami consists of low-income areas, yet they have been falling off the map little by little over time. They are starting from the bottom up, and what once was considered a middle-class community will soon be deemed a low-income area in comparison to new structures.

When will it stop? The living expenses in Miami are already unmanageable, but if this continues Miami will soon lose all of its original residences and cultures. Left in the remains of a once culturally thriving and accepting community will be a playground for the wealthy, built on the soil of what used to be home to a culturally, economically and experientially diverse community.

The unfortunate matter is that this isn't only happening in the city of Miami, but in various large cities across the country. Pushing low-income housing off the map, contributing to the homeless population, to then drive initiatives to relocate the homeless if they are found in affluent neighborhoods.

How can one rise to the occasion in hopes of creating a better life, if they are constantly being pushed down by institutionalized prevention? Gentrification is a national issue; a country that prides itself on opportunity and progress is slowly evolving into a country for the wealthy.

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