Eating healthy: the number one thing on everyone’s to do list and perhaps the last thing to actually get checked off. As someone who has struggled with their body image, creating a healthier lifestyle for myself has always been in the front of mind. It wasn’t until my sophomore year of college that I started making small changes here and there and began to notice a difference in how I felt about myself and how I looked. Here are my tried and true hacks for living a healthier lifestyle.
On the first day of welcome week in college, you get bombarded with tons of information about the hundreds of “free” resources (“free” because you pay to go to college) your college or university has for students. However, once you graduate it can seem like the glory days of having access to free resources are over. Think again! Here are five commonly overlooked, completely free resources.
How many times have you strolled through the aisles at the grocery store and picked up a box of Kraft mac and cheese? Frozen pizza? Baked goods? I know that I’m guilty of succumbing to these convenient items, but I’ve learned that brands and stores hike up the prices of these items purely because of their convenience to consumers. They’ve quickly learned that consumers will pay, often times, astronomical prices for products that save a few minutes. In line with Saving Cents Week, I’ve compiled a list of (mostly food) items that I make at home to save serious cash in the long run.