Why you should start juuling

10 Reasons Your Life Will Get So Much Better When You Start Juuling

Juuling is actually a lot cooler than some may think.


It's finally the weekend, everyone on campus has either already gone out or is getting ready in their rooms. The air smells of cool cucumber or must mint as you take a rip from your best friends Juul, the burning sensation on your throat lasts for only a few seconds before you start to hack because of the steam. After your coughing fit your eyes are watery and your mouth is dry, but when the nicotine hits your system you instantly reach for the juuls for the second time, losing track at how many times you hit it throughout the night.

Some adults and other peers don't understand juuls. They call them gross and people who use them addicts but I mean in this day and age isn't everyone addicted to at least one thing. I mean "juuling" is happening all over the campus scene. What people don't realize is how awesome Juul's really are! Here's why you should stop what you are doing and go buy some pods.

1. You'll save so much money 

Just one juul pod contains as much nicotine as a whole pack of cigarettes. I mean you are being so frugal by getting a buzz from only one pod rather than having to lug around a whole carton of cigs.

2. It's a whole group activity 

After you exhale and blow some o's or do that little sick tornado thing the vapor exhaled by the e-cigarette contains carcinogens and is a risk to nearby nonusers. So just like second-hand tobacco smoke, you can get your friend's hooked and sick by just blowing it in their face!

3. Type 2 diabetes is sooo in right now 

Juuls have many side effects with one of them being an insulin resistance which can lead to type 2 diabetes. With the added bonus of you can show how much money doesn't mean to you by having to buy over priced insulin!

4. Cigarettes are making a comeback!

According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention almost 60% of people who use Juul's and other e-cigarettes also currently smoke conventional cigarettes. Basically, juuling is a two-for-one deal because you can be gatewayed into smoking cigarettes, how cool!

5. A college degree is practically useless in today's day and age 

Most e-cigarettes contain nicotine, which not only is an addictive substance, but also nicotine negatively impacts adolescent brain development and human brains don't fully develop until we are 25. By that time, we will create our own startup tech company and won't need a degree.

6. Britney Spears isn't the only thing "toxic" around here 

Studies have found several toxic chemicals such as formaldehyde and antifreeze ingredients in e-cigarettes. Yup, that thing that keeps people from decomposing, pretty rad.

7. You can add being a liar to your resume 

Juulers can now twin with e-cig companies and say that their device doesn't contain nicotine because it is now proven that some e-cigarettes that claim to be nicotine-free actually do contain the harmful substance!

8. You can say goodbye to jackets 

Hitting juul can have some short term and long-term effects such, one of them being an increase heart rate and blood pressure. With all of that blood pumping through your body at a warped speed you won't ever need to buy a jacket because you'll either have a heart attack and die, or always be hot!

9. The iron lung needs to make a 2019 feature 

By regularly juuling or smoking e-cigarettes you can end up with lung disease! And who needs a messy transplant when you can just lay down and let the iron lung take over!

10. You'll always have something to break the ice 

According to a Truth Initiative study, 11.2% of 18-21-year-olds reported using a juul. Meaning that if you are in an uncomfortable position like a job interview, or a first date, even a funeral of a distant relative just whip out your juul and a crowd will surround you begging to just get one hit

At the end of the day, everyone has to make their own decisions and live with themselves. If you want to take the path that is easy to follow since it is basically paved of a life full of addiction, disease, and smoking, or you could take the path less traveled by and stay away from juuls to breathe air with a clean pair of lungs. But what did Robert Frost even know? For more sick information head over to this website!

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12 Dorm Room 'Essentials' That Are Actually A Waste Of Money

If three years of college has taught me anything, it's that I wasted a lot of money and space on things for my dorm room that I never used.


Now approaching my senior year of college, there are so many things that I have experienced in my three years away that I either look back at and smile just at the thought of or immediately regret. With a younger sister going into her freshman year of college, I hope to teach her as much of those lessons I learned in advance so she doesn't make the same mistakes as me. One of the most important things I learned after moving in and out of dorm rooms and apartments for three years is what should and shouldn't come with you to school. Because, let's be real, as much as we want to pack away our entire lives and fit them in our minuscule dorm room, not everything is necessary.

However, knowledge is power, and I don't want to just save my sister from making those mistakes. That's why I'm here to share the 12 things that aren't necessary for you to bring to school:

1. A Keurig/coffee maker

While living in an apartment and having all the space in a kitchen for a coffee maker and the time to make my own hot drinks, having a Keurig was a godsend. But I'm going to be completely honest, as someone who wanted a Keurig so badly before freshman year...I rarely used it when I lived in the dorms. Between having meal points to buy my own coffee and just never having the time or energy to make it in the morning and then clean the dishes afterward, it just wasn't worth the waste of money and space.

2. A giant television

You may see pictures of dorm rooms and see students with giant televisions along their window or squished onto their desks. But unless you're living in a larger apartment, having a huge flat screen TV has no purpose for a small dorm room. There are TV's usually all over campus, especially in the common rooms that are free for you to use. If you really do feel like you need a TV in your dorm, a smaller one will suffice, because anything larger is going to take up some much-needed room.

3. Any type of hot plate/mini grill, etc.

Besides the fact that these are banned in most dormitories anyways, it's not smart to sneak one of these into your rooms. I can't tell you how many people I know that have accidentally started a fire in the dorm room from using a toaster they snuck in or a special "grilled cheese grill." The dining halls will have everything you could possibly want and need, and most dorm rooms come with a mini fridge and microwave to supplement anything further.

4. Candles

I'll admit, I am guilty of using these my sophomore year of college. Do I regret the millions of times I freaked out because I almost lit my dorm room on fire? Absolutely.

It's not worth it. Your RA will probably catch you, it's not worth the risk of accidentally setting your shoebox-sized dorm on fire, and the smoke detectors in those rooms are so sensitive that you're bound to set them off.

5. A printer

Unless you're living off campus in an apartment, there really is no reason to have a printer in your dorm room. There are tons of printers throughout the different buildings of every university, and most allot a certain amount of sheets for you to do your printing. Printers are big and clunky, hard to store, and the ink is very expensive. Don't consider buying one unless you plan on moving off campus.

6. An iron and ironing board

Take it from someone who absolutely hates wearing wrinkly clothes, the whole iron and ironing board duo was not a smart move my freshman year. It took up way too much room and when I did actually want to iron, it was so annoying to find a spot to do it in my small room.

If you're really obsessive about having non-wrinkled clothes like I am, you can invest in a mini steamer, which is super cheap, stored extremely easily because they're so small, and work just as well as an iron. I ended up swapping out for one of these my sophomore year and loving it so much more.

7. Bean bag chairs/Folding chairs

Any extra seating for a dorm room is honestly unnecessary besides the standard desk chairs that come with the dorm. The floor space is so limited that taking it up with any other large items is going to make it extremely difficult to navigate around your room. Also, when your friends come to hang out, they usually will end up just sitting on your bed or your desk chair anyways.

8. A body pillow

I don't really know what the use of these things are. I had one freshman year, and it laid against my bed the entire year and I never did it. I just found laying on it extremely awkward and uncomfortable and it was just so big that it took up too much room on my already tiny Twin XL bed.

9. A laundry hamper

A stand-up laundry hamper is just going to take up way too much space that you don't have. Instead, invest in some nicely made laundry bags that you can put your dirty laundry in and just easily carry over to the laundry room. A lot of stores even make special bags that differentiate between lights, darks, and delicates so the sorting is already done for you before you do your laundry.

10. A vacuum

While the idea of having a vacuum is nice, and I myself have had one all three years, it just took up way too much room in my dorm and I later found out you could just rent one form the commons whenever you wanted to clean your floor. Most universities do have cleaning supplies for rent, such as brooms, swifters, vacuums, etc., so there's no need trying to fit all of those in your closet.

11. A million throw pillows

While they'll make your bed look cute, making your bed every single morning and remembering where to put the millions of decorative pillows can become very annoying, not to mention finding a place to put them whenever you turn down your bed.

12. Picture frames

While having tons of pictures in your dorm room is nice, and I say the more the merrier, bringing physical picture frames is just a waste because there's not much shelf or desk place to place them. Instead, find a cute wall decoration that holds photos or clips to hang them from your wall. It'll save a ton of space and also cover up those bare, ugly dorm room walls.

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Stand-Up Comedy Can Make The Most Stressful Days Way Easier

If you're stressed to the max, I highly recommend giving stand-up comedy specials a try!


Have you ever been laying in bed after a long and stressful day, scrolling through Netflix, trying to find something to watch? You can't make a decision on something, so you decide to try something new. Now, this could be a big mistake or you could find something amazing. This happened to me a few weeks ago and somehow I ended up in the stand-up comedy section. I have seen a couple of clips of Gabriel Iglesias, or "Fluffy," on YouTube in the past, but I've never watched a stand-up comedy special on Netflix before. It never was appealing to me and I don't know many people that watch stand-up.

After deciding to watch Gabriel Iglesias' new Netflix special, I was intrigued. Then, my friend told me that I had to watch Bert Kreischer's new Netflix special. He promised that I would find it funny and that he was really good. He added that Bert does all of his performances shirtless and it makes it that much funnier. So, I watched it and I've been hooked to stand-up ever since. Now, I've become a fan of the many classic stand-up comedians that many people know and love like Kevin Hart, Ellen Degeneres, and Iliza Shlesinger as well. It quickly became something I couldn't get enough of, especially after a stressful day. I figured out that even after the most trying day and even when I was extremely stressed or drowning in homework, I forgot about all of that. I got an hour to myself to just take a breath, have a good laugh, and forget about all of my problems.

A lot of times, I use the hour to eat some food while I watch the special or just lay in bed for a little while and enjoy forgetting about all of the things I could be doing. I've also learned some things. Like the fact that Ellen got her start by doing stand-up, or that Fluffy is coming to Columbus this summer to do a show. I also learned that even though these people are celebrities and have thousands of followers and fans, they're very relatable and more like me than I realized. We sometimes forget that they are people too.

I highly recommend taking an hour out of your day to see if stand-up comedy could be a stress reliever for you. This is definitely a topic that many people don't think of when it comes to relieving stress or getting into a better mood. I'm glad I stumbled across this new found stress reliever to be able to try something different and new and to enjoy a good laugh while doing so. If you're down in the dumps or having a hard day, try watching stand-up. I promise it'll make your day better.

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