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Love. Dating. Flings. After celebrating a Valentine's Day alone that focused on self–love, these thoughts have been circling in my head daily. As a hopeless romantic with not a lot of romance in my life, I decided to take the initiative and tackle my love life head–first. How? Through Monet, a dating app focused on drawing for your matches.
With Valentine's Day and midterms, the month of February really knows how to keep people occupied. February is also Black History Month, which means there's no better time than now to start supporting local Black–owned businesses. And what better way than through clothes? If you're a fashionista and a shopaholic like me, you'll definitely want to check out these Black–owned boutiques—not just during Black History Month, but all year round.
Valentine's Day: a day for couples, romance, dates, and mostly importantly, food. As someone who's sadly never celebrated this holiday with a significant other, I've always thought the last thing was what V–Day should be all about. Think chocolate strawberries, decadent fudge brownies, and creamy pasta—it sounds heavenly. But given the ongoing health and safety restrictions facing restaurants, the options for safe dining experiences are limited. Instead, a number of restaurants in Philly are offering meal kit alternatives to some of their most popular dishes. If you're on the lookout for a romantic dinner with your love, try recreating your favorite dishes from the comfort of your home. Cooking = romantic = perfect V–day activity.
Caught between a dress and the new distressed denim jacket I bought, I'm constantly struggling with how to find a style that best represents me. During quarantine, I've been sticking to comfortable sweatpants, hoodies, and fuzzy slippers. But when I do occasionally go out to grab groceries or support local restaurants, I find myself reaching for chic boots, casual dresses, and faux fur coats. I dress up more than I used to because it gives me a confidence boost.
During quarantine, the food scene saw some big changes. From restaurants being temporarily closed to limited indoor dining and increased takeout, the pandemic rattled the industry. Social media content also evolved to reflect these changes as people began eating at home more often. Quarantine–induced boredom has led to people cutting cake with wine glasses, customizing tortillas with four different toppings, and only eating from a single location (like a coffee shop) for a whole day—yes, all meals and drinks.
Ever since March, coffee shops and the café scene haven’t exactly been the same. Due to the pandemic, these once–perfect locations for a meetup with a friend or coworker have been given restrictions similar to all other facilities—limited capacity, drive–through menus, delivery and pick–up options, and temporary closures.
There are two types of people in the world: those gifted with flawless, glowing skin and the rest of us who just dream of a day where we wake up without a red bump on our face. But these days, it seems many of us, regardless of the state of our faces pre–pandemic, have been facing a new skin care dilemma: mascne.
Calling all pumpkin lovers! Fall is a time for fans of all foods pumpkin–related to express their culinary creativity by trying out some autumn–inspired recipes. As a bonafide pumpkin enthusiast, I attempted to recreate a popular pumpkin cheesecake recipe to see if it could satisfy my cravings.
Let’s be honest: if you're a regular social media user, chances are that you spend a lot more time than you should scrolling through foodie posts on Instagram. During this pandemic, the number of foodstagrams (a.k.a food Instagrams) has skyrocketed, even amongst Penn students.
If you’re struggling to stay awake in your Zoom lectures, looking for a way to spice up your beauty routine, or craving the warmth of a cup of joe, the solution is simple: break out the coffee. Whether you choose to enjoy it black, with two teaspoons of sugar, or as a double–shot latte, coffee is a go–to “pick me up” for students stumbling out of bed in the mornings and staying up late to study.