This year wasn't so bad, but it didn't end well. I am struggling but there are some things that I can do to make myself better. While I may not complete everything on this list, these are some of the things that I want to work on so that I can be the best person that I can be.
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The comments were taken as a call to action by the Proud Boys, a militant far-right group.
In the first debate between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden, one moment stood out among all of the insults and interruptions.
The Commission on Presidential Debates needs to do something to change the format for the next two debates.
There are a lot of words that I could use to describe my reactions even after a little less than 14 hours of being able to process what I saw unfold last night from Case Western Reserve University in Ohio. Informed — or even entertained — was far from one of them.
September is the month for Los Angeles natives and Australian music fans.
The Neighbourhood, Bad Suns and The Driver Era are three Los Angeles bands that released songs this month. Not only was it a month for Los Angeles bands, but many Australian bands released new music — San Cisco's fourth studio album, Surf Trash single, Skegss single, and High Tropics single. I made new discoveries this month and was pleased by the amount of new music.
Read the listicle below to learn what came out this month in alternative rock music:
Don't be afraid to ask for help or comfort if you need it.
Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) may not be totally visible to the eye, which makes it a lot harder for your partner to understand what's going on with your body.
If you are in a relationship, it's important that you communicate your PCOS symptoms with your partner. I say "your" symptoms specifically because everyone's symptoms are different.
Millennials can remember a time without online social affirmation, but we may be the last ones.
I've been in a media job for the entirety of my professional career. From part-time social media internships to full-time editorial work, I've continued to learn how to tell stories, write catchy headlines, and keep people interested. I believe working in media is a big responsibility, as well as a valuable way to advance our world.
We can't settle for this decision or a system that is fundamentally broken and unequal.
On March 13, 26-year-old Breonna Taylor was fatally shot in her apartment by police who were executing a "no-knock" warrant. Since then, there have been rallying efforts both in the streets and on social media demanding justice for Taylor and keeping her name known.
2020 has been a crazy year. And yet, women being comfortable with our bodies still seems to be a big topic in mass media.
I'm an adult. There is no reason I can't have consensual sex with someone on the first date. It does NOT make me easy, and it does not mean I'll have sex with just anyone the first time I meet them.
Don't make the mistake I made!
I was so excited to vote in my local primary election in August. I eagerly researched my local candidates, combed the newspaper for profiles and policy positions, and shared infographics on Insta about voting deadlines. I considered myself a keen voter.
Number 7 will make you feel on top of the world.
Nothing! There is no reason to feel guilty about food and nourishing your body. It's time to make peace with food and stop focusing on the "good" or "bad," "right" or "wrong" because food does not have power over you.
There are so many moving parts of hormonal health, so I went to an expert.
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) is an autoimmune disease that impacts approximately 1 in 10 women. Any woman who has PCOS can attest to the fact that no two cases are the same — there are so many aspects of hormonal health that can impact a woman's reproductive health! For many, PCOS is a trial and error condition, with many doctors' appointments depending on the stage of life the woman is in.
This week I sat down with Dr. Anjanette Tan to get the expert opinion on all my PCOS questions. Dr. Tan is a board-certified endocrinologist who's worked in private practices since 2004. She currently works at the Diabetes and Thyroid Center of Fort Worth, one of the largest all-endocrine practices in the area, where she is the managing partner and head of clinical research.
1. Alondra, Florida Gulf Coast University
2. Brianna Cicero, National Writer's Society
3. Jennifer Kustanovich, SUNY Stony Brook
4. Madison Franz, Florida Gulf Coast University
5. Abby Margaret, University of Hawaii at Manoa