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Imperfect Weight Loss Article 3: Went Down a Pant Size!

So before I get into anything else, I did shrink one pant size. This is particlularly exciting for me because the last time I went up a pant size, it was the biggest I had ever been, so needless to say, it was a little depressing. So I have definitely made progress Continue reading “Imperfect Weight Loss Article 3: Went Down a Pant Size!”

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People’s Choice Awards: the best and worst looks

Actors, comedians, and musicians gathered last night for the 43rd annual, People’s Choice Awards. This year’s host, Joel McHale, brought on the jokes and babies, during the event airing live on CBS by opening with a skit with his cast-mates from “The Great Indoors,” where everyone is skeptical about his ability to host the awards show. Additionally, there were even a couple of firsts during … Continue reading People’s Choice Awards: the best and worst looks

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Imperfect Weight Loss Week 2: The Week I Walked EVERYWHERE

So, as promised, I walked to and from campus most of the time. I took it up a notch and decided to walk around town. Photos from my walks throughout this week’s article. Highlights: Monday Walked every day. Diet Ideas: Starches for Lunch and Load Up on Protein. Wednesday: Making Better Decisions Thursday Clearing Out My Freezer 5 miles of walking through Chicago. Musica Results: … Continue reading Imperfect Weight Loss Week 2: The Week I Walked EVERYWHERE

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Accepting That Weight Loss is Imperfect: Journey Week 1

My first week had highs and lows. I learned important lessons, thought of new weight loss ideas, and had some other important notes along the way. The week is organized by day, rather than subject, so below is a quick bullet-proof summary of the subjects to help you navigate the text. Monday Pizza at Planet Fitness? Thoughts on Losing Weight While Being Fat Need to … Continue reading Accepting That Weight Loss is Imperfect: Journey Week 1

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How I Bought A Whole Semester’s Textbooks for $25

In a fate similar to most college students, I sunk hundreds of dollars into my college textbooks during my first few semesters. With a $500 receipt being commonplace and preferring to use my money for my other living expenses, I decided to find an alternative. My bill has progressively gotten lower each semester, this semester being an all-time low of $25. Note: This piece was … Continue reading How I Bought A Whole Semester’s Textbooks for $25

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An Imperfect Weight Loss Journey

I am about to take you on my latest attempt at weight loss. I know what this looks like. Early January. This must be my New Year’s resolution, right? No. It’s not. It’s just good timing. I tried, briefly succeeded, and then failed on my weight loss mid-semester and since the holidays are over and I knocked out my winter break to-do’s, the time is … Continue reading An Imperfect Weight Loss Journey

2016: The Best and The Worst

What a whirlwind. We were up, we were down.. and a lot of messed up stuff happened. A new iPhone was released, but it was kind of the same as the last one but it came in MATTE BLACK which meant that people needed it, meanwhile the Galaxy was blowing up in peoples hands. Everyone was at each other’s throats with the political race. A … Continue reading 2016: The Best and The Worst