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Insecurity is a cruel and vicious thing, and it can be difficult to avoid. When you're insecure, it's hard to feel confident and to accomplish the things you're capable of. It's also harder to see yourself as everyone else sees you.
We're all too familiar with the classic “Who Wore it Better?”—the pitting of celebrity against celebrity wearing the same item of clothing. I first remember seeing this when I was very young and standing in the check–out line at the grocery store. I'd always take a look at these “contests” in magazines as my parents unloaded the contents of our cart onto the conveyor belt.
We all know that Feb. 14 is Valentine’s Day—the date has ingrained itself in our routines. We fondly remember the experience of exchanging “Valentine's” with our classmates in preschool, and now we get to spend the time with our significant others—unless we're single. Then we're stuck using Twitter to keep us company on the holiday.
The mind is one of the most critical parts of your body. A healthy life rests on a healthy mind. As we begin the new year and new semester, we should all practice mindfulness to reduce our stress levels and live healthier.
Who doesn't want healthy hair? Whether you are looking to keep your hair shiny or reverse years of damage, there are many practices that you can incorporate into your hair care routine to keep your cut fresh.
The holidays are approaching, the leaves are changing colors, and the fashion world is transitioning from fall to winter styles. While the fluctuating temperatures might have you donning a light sweater one day and a full winter jacket the next, there are a few staple pieces that you can incorporate into your wardrobe in the coming months that will have you well–equipped to face any weather.
Winter is approaching, meaning it is more important than ever to practice regular self–care.
With many gyms either closed or limiting capacity due to COVID–19 regulations, you may be struggling to find new ways to work out. Luckily, there are many creative ways to exercise that don’t involve a gym.
Almost everyone today has heard of Facetune—an application that allows you to edit your photos, including your body and facial features. These body–editing apps are far too commonplace, as they can be extremely detrimental to social media users' self–esteem and mental health. Facetune alone has been downloaded over 60 million times since its launch in 2013.
For small businesses here in University City and across the country, the past few months have presented unimaginable challenges. A long list of local businesses have had to close their doors as a result of the COVID–19 pandemic. However, many local organizations have taken the lead in making sure that beloved institutions can remain afloat—including our own University City District.
Iconic vintage trends are back and better than ever. Runway designers around the world are putting an old school spin on their latest collections, bringing a fashion blast from the past to the 21st century. Our favorite celebrities—from Jennifer Aniston to Kendall Jenner to Gwyneth Paltrow—have all hopped on the vintage bandwagon.
At first glance, taking your classes from the comfort of your home seems like it would make the day much less tiring: there's no commuting, no rushing across campus between classes, and no scrambling to grab a coffee before your 9 a.m. However, just a few weeks into classes, college students at Penn and across the country have found themselves combatting a new form of exhaustion: Zoom fatigue.
Autumn is officially here, folks. And you know what that means: it's time to give your wardrobe a fall fashion refresh. Over–the–knee boots are a must–have in your closet this season. Not only are they fashionable, practical, and versatile, but they are also the ultimate statement piece.
On September 8, Philadelphia restaurants welcomed diners indoors for the first time in nearly six months—a move well–timed with the onset of cooler autumn temperatures.
Since its origins in fifteenth century France, charcuterie—which typically refers to "a delicatessen specializing in dressed meats and meat dishes” and “the products sold in such a shop”—has been featured alongside fruit, cheese, and other delicacies to create the famed charcuterie board.
Pennsylvania is notorious for having some of America's strangest liquor laws. Established in 1933 following the repeal of Prohibition, the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board has kept a tight leash on the distribution and sale of alcohol throughout the state for decades.
While negative news flow has been a constant in 2020, we've finally got some well–deserved good news. Popular coffee chains, including Dunkin' Donuts and Starbucks, have released the fall menus you've been waiting for.
The COVID–19 pandemic has shown us just how much the world can change in a matter of months. With stay-at-home orders and social distancing guidelines mandated across the country, online fashion sales have skyrocketed. As clicking through targeted Instagram ads and browsing web pages becomes the new shopping norm, what does the future hold for side-street fashion stores?
If you’re anything like me, the quarantine trends consuming social media have left you both intrigued and full of questions. I’m not sure what part of a global pandemic and national stay–at–home order signals to people that they should start regularly making banana bread and whipping instant coffee to make Dalgona coffee, but there's something about this new normal that's making people do both. While I, of course, knew what banana bread was, I had never even heard of the drink before this, which led me to question how both of these trends even started in the first place. Here are some answers.
I have always believed there is nothing more therapeutic than baking, and the current circumstances have helped confirm that. I find comfort in following precise steps to see a guaranteed result. Of course, the best part is always seeing how the finished product brings others joy.