Posts tagged experience
What It Really Means to Take Care of Yourself

We often misconstrue self-care as a form of material value. By material form, it is implied that we may treat self-care as blanket-happiness. We often use external costs as a way to exemplify self-care, be it money, clothes, and the most important, social media. More or less, we compile many of these external pieces of material value to ensure that we are self-assured that we are properly taking care of ourselves. 

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Why Pay (x) Amount of Money for a Music Festival

Although parts of society are still attending concerts, the aesthetic behind music festivals seems to be sweeping the nation. As the need for live music becomes more desired, curators are beginning to figure out ways to attract more attendees. Art, fashion, food, comedy, music, you name it. Nowadays, you aren't just paying (x) amount of money to listen to music, rather paying (x) amount of money for the festival itself.

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Why Society Should Listen to Live Music

For generations now, music has become more and more a part of our culture and everyday life. As society's love for music increases, so does the need to listen to it. We see people all over the world listening to an array of genres: rap, soul, pop, house, jazz, hip-hop, contemporary, etc. However, why is it we should listen to live music rather than the music we can just stream off the internet?

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The Extinction of Experience

As we move further into the modern twenty-first century, people are forgetting the true nature of the word experience. As the advancement of technology remains at a constant growth, people around the world are living life through digital screens as opposed to experiencing it first hand. As society conforms to the Digital Age, we start to see the loss of interaction with nature increasing every day.

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Why Take a Year Off School to Travel?

If you're a full-time student who hasn't had the opportunity to travel, it's probably because you've been in school for at least eighteen years of your life. Now for some, this isn't always the case. However, for the majority of students who are in the process of obtaining a higher educational status, it just might be.

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What it’s Like Being a Working College Student

Surely, most of you have had the college experience where you try so hard to balance your school life and work life. It’s two different lives that are hard to balance out. You question whether you should just focus on your classes or to be a working student. Because let’s face it, being a working student Is as hard as it looks.

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Why You Should Do More Extracurricular Activities on Campus

On the typical college campus, many extracurricular activities await students who want to excel. Students can join a club of their choice for experience in a certain field. They can make some extra cash working a work-study position. Students can even receive a research project from their professors or help with an event held at the school. The opportunities are endless!

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