Tips for Your Trip

With spring break just on the horizon, comes the 20 hours road trips to come with it. For all you lucky students flying to your destinations…oh how I envy you. While some of you are staying home for spring break (Check out our last blog!), the rest of us will be traveling/sitting in a car. From what I understand, sitting for longer than an hour or so is not good for you! Sure we can sit at our desks or in our offices, but we also have the freedom to stretch and stand whenever needed. In a car when you’re trying to get someone as fast as possible with the least amount of stops possible, that’s not the case. This is why it is so important to remember what you’re putting in your body during this trip. As much as I know you want to grab every chip and skittles bag possible, eating healthier will not only help keep you feeling good at your destination but also on the way there. Here are a few tips for your trip! Continue reading

The Ultimate Stay-Cation

I don’t know about you all, but my spring break is going to contain a lot of hours at work for me. It’s not the most exotic way to spend it, but I’m not going to let that get me down. I have a day or two to myself, and my number one plan is to go hiking somewhere, and hopefully experience a bit warmer weather. I found an article that talked about some of the best places in Wisconsin.  I’m going to rank the top three that I want to visit most! Continue reading

Motivated Midterm

Don’t panic Warhawks, but midterms are right around the corner and before you know it, we will be binge drinking espressos while trying to convince Anderson Library to stay open for a couple more hours while we cram for our midterm exams. Midterm week is one of the most stressful weeks for students with all the cramming and studying of notes, homework, and anything else their professor provided for them for their exam. It is always good to remember to keep calm when studying for your exams, but how is one supposed to do that when they have five or more exams all in one week? Below are some tips and tricks on how to stay merry and motivated when it comes to studying for midterms. Continue reading