Best Way to Stay Fit & Keep Healthy During COVID-19

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Best Way to Stay Fit & Keep Healthy During COVID-19

The coronavirus pandemic has had a global impact on pretty much everybody from young teenagers to adults going through their final years of university. Everyone has been struggling through the challenge of a restricted daily routine, and the biggest concern, especially for students, has been to cope with not being able to keep up with their social life. As a … Read More

Are You Trying to Have a Productive Day? Here Are Some Smart Tips!

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Regardless of course or semester, we can all agree that student life is loaded with the burden of work and stress. From assignments to group projects to presentations, work always seems to be at odds with us! So, the question is: how do you structure your day in a productive manner? In a way that allows you to live stress-free … Read More

How Millennials Can Better Stick to Their Habits

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How Millennials Can Better Stick to Their Habits

Human beings are not always great at doing what is best for them. Sometimes this is because they do not know what is best. But usually, it’s because doing the right thing is just so dang hard. This fact of life is as true for Millennials as it is for generations past. Perhaps even more so. Why? Not because Millennials … Read More

Staying Safe from the Coronavirus

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Staying Safe from the Coronavirus

The global coronavirus pandemic has dragged on now for months. Many have shown signs of fatigue, thinking that they can and should simply resume business as usual. While there is certainly something to be said for getting the economy moving forward as quickly as possible, safety precautions still obviously matter. Some states like Florida, for example, have seen rather significant … Read More

The Top Goal of Most Millennials

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The Top Goal of Most Millennials

You might think having a healthy relationship or achieving happiness would land at the top of the list when it came to “most important” goals. But, at least for Millennials, the reality is quite different. Most Millennials have a practical, finance-related top goal: To be debt free. In a recent poll, over 90% of Millennials skipped over health, relationships, career … Read More

Millennial Politics: Socialism, Capitalism, and Everything In-Between

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Millennial Politics: Socialism, Capitalism, and Everything In-Between

Socialism is a term that, even in the 90s people would have shied away from. And in the 70s or 80s it would have been unthinkable for a political candidate to run as a “Democratic Socialist.” But that is precisely what several popular Democrats—including Bernie Sanders and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez—have done and have done so successfully. They have “gotten away” with … Read More

How Millennials are Staying Connected During the Coronavirus

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How Millennials are Staying Connected During the Coronavirus

The global Coronavirus Pandemic is a situation few alive have ever seen anything like. There are still a handful of survivors from the 1918 “Spanish Flu,” but other than them, none of us have ever seen anything like what is currently happening around the world. Some people are panicking; others are experiencing almost painful levels of boredom. The thing we … Read More

Millennial Attraction to Socialism and Unique Politics

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Millennial Attraction to Socialism and Unique Politics

More than any other generation, Millennials are willing to embrace socialism and other Independent or third parties. One poll found that 70% of Millennials would, in theory, be willing to vote for a socialist. In practice, the results seem to be much the same as Bernie Sanders is more popular among young people than seemingly any other group. By why … Read More

Amid the Coronavirus, Many Millennials Feel They Can’t Catch a Break

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Amid the Coronavirus, Many Millennials Feel They Can't Catch a Break

People across the United States and the world are handling the current coronavirus pandemic very differently. While some are desperately searching for a silver lining and doing their best to stay productive, others are slipping into depression and sorrow. While sadness or even a bit of anxiety during this time is perfectly understandable—especially if you or someone you know has … Read More