New Years Eve is the one night a year that sequins are okay to wear out and kissing the random person next to you is socially acceptable. As the new year approaches, many people jump on the bandwagon of making “new years resolutions.” You know the whole idea of “new year new me,” that apparently just because we begin a new year, you can completely reinvent yourself. Here are 15 New Years resolutions that college students make and will break 15. Pick Up A Hobby Remember how you always wanted to learn that musical instrument or play that sport? Maybe you’ll finally get to it this year. 14. Save Money The reality of graduation is going to come faster than you know it and your parents will no longer be financially responsible for your living situations. So if you don’t want to be sleeping on your parents couch once you
A fake ID is like a passport, except instead of traveling around to different countries you can go to different bars. Having a fake ID is both a curse and a blessing and can sometimes get you into a lot of trouble. If you ever had one or are still using one, I bet you have felt these 12 thoughts. 12. I’m going to go EVERYWHERE and use this My options are unlimited, now it’s time to go to every bar and club in sight! I have the whole world in front of me!
We’ve all tried this once or twice, some of us are more vocal about it than others-yes we’re talking about Tinder. If you’re a college student you probably have tried this hot new dating app, that allows you to meet others in your area. It’s as simple as swipe left for “no” and swipe right for “yes”, from there leads to awkward conversations that typically die out in minutes or can lead to a night of fun. If you’re a college girl on Tinder, you definitely have had these 17 thoughts. 17. I’m lonely, maybe I should try this out. It’s a boring Friday night and your roommates are all out and you want attention from a gentleman. Tinder is full of thirsty boys ready to swoon over you, so you download the app, full of hope. 16. What’s the harm right? I’m sure I could find SOMEONE on here. 15.
It’s around 5:30 on a Friday night, my music is blasting, I’m sipping a mixed drink out of a Sprite bottle as I’m getting ready to go out to the local college bar with my best friend Katie. I go to change the song on my phone and notice I have multiple Snapchats from a few different guys. I open them and it was mostly a bunch of drunk videos from different houses pregaming. I laugh, toss my hair over my shoulder make a duck-face and snapchat them all back “Happy Hour?” “Who are you talking to?” Katie says as she walks over to look at my phone. I smirk and laugh “oh no one, just wondering who’s going out tonight.” But she knows what I’m doing- “Robin, can’t you just find one guy and settle down, instead of playing around.” I roll my eyes, unlike the typical college girl I’m
Unless you live under a rock and don’t have social media, if you go on Instagram you’ll see thousands of hashtags such as #thighgap or #fitspo. There’s always the newest fad diet-the cranberry juice diet, the paleo diet and the eat only green stuff diet. What we want to achieve is that key word “skinny”. But in reality is being “skinny” worth all the anxiety and stress? Growing up I was a naturally thin girl with a super fast metabolism. I could down an entire meal and still have room for dessert and not have a single ounce of fat on me. Once I entered college however, things changed. My metabolism started to slow down, I was busier with school and work and my eating choices (and partying) didn’t help. I put on about 10 pounds my freshman year, now instead of weighing 102 pounds I weighed about 112. I could