Sustainable Period Products to Reduce Waste

The menstrual cycle: a draining experience for a woman’s body, as well as the environment.  On average, a woman creates over 300 pounds of waste from period products in her lifetime. Pads and tampons come in mounds of plastic packaging to protect them, which causes harm to our planet. Switching to more sustainable ways of period management doesn’t have to be a complicated or expensive … Continue reading Sustainable Period Products to Reduce Waste

Timeless Trends: Nostalgia is “In” This Fall

As autumn approaches, so does the all-too-familiar wave of nostalgia associated with the return to school and the approaching holiday season. We’re reminded of crisp walks to and from our childhood bus stop, hurrying to class on paths decorated with fallen leaves and cozying up inside with friends and a hot coffee. This year, it’s hard to not think of the times where the start … Continue reading Timeless Trends: Nostalgia is “In” This Fall

Three Woman-Owned Businesses We Love

Written by: Caroline Kilgallen There are several ways we can remind ourselves of strong women and their contributions, but I want to bring attention to three different female-owned and operated companies that I love and shop from. I believe these three businesses exemplify just how creative, strong, and determined women really are.  TUCKERNUT Tuckernuck was founded by sisters, Jocelyn and Madeline, and their best friend, … Continue reading Three Woman-Owned Businesses We Love

Living By Call Her Daddy’s College Playbook

Leading up to the start of my freshmen year, I was willing to listen to any and all advice about college life. When my best friend suggested listening to Barstool Sports’ Call Her Daddy podcast episode about college, to say I was a little skeptical is a great understatement. Unlike my friend who listens to the show religiously, I had never been particularly interested. The … Continue reading Living By Call Her Daddy’s College Playbook

AOC’s “Tax The Rich” Dress & The Controversy Surrounding It

The 2021 Met Gala was held Monday, September 13th after the event was postponed for a year following the COVID-19 pandemic that impacted 2020. This year’s event was titled “In America: A Lexicon of Fashion,”and extracted a variety of interesting and distinct looks from the guests in attendance, some of which sparked controversy. Among these guests was Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, who wore a white dress … Continue reading AOC’s “Tax The Rich” Dress & The Controversy Surrounding It

Hit Halloween Costumes of 2021

In the fashion world, Halloween costumes are all the rage. Whether putting together a Pinterest board together on Oct. 1 or finding a last-minute costume in your closet, this holiday season is a perfect opportunity to express one’s fashion style and take it to the next level.  This year, trendy costumes ranging from Fembot to icon Olivia Rodrigo combined Y2K fashion and Halloween creativity to … Continue reading Hit Halloween Costumes of 2021

The Easiest 10 Step Makeup Routine

*By Sami Belous* Perfecting your makeup routine for a night out is a real struggle. I’ve gone through so many different products and methods, finding none of them were good enough. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced makeup guru, this 10-step universal makeup routine is guaranteed to change your “going out” routine. Step 1: Primer/Moisturizer  This is a crucial step that is easily forgotten.  … Continue reading The Easiest 10 Step Makeup Routine

How The Fit Magazine Went From a Website to a Community

In August of 2020, all any college freshman was worried about was making friends in college. If you were like me, you were luckily on campus, but you were still completely online for classes, clubs, and all other social events. Fraternity parties, football games, and formals were all postponed to a post-COVID-19 ambiguous date and time which left the advent of making friends become a … Continue reading How The Fit Magazine Went From a Website to a Community

Mindfulness: The Practice of Living in the Present Moment

*By Tayler Schutt* Inhale deeply. Exhale completely. Feel your feet resting on the ground. Feel the way your body is seated. Feel your feet and toes inside your shoes. Feel the way your back touches your chair. Evaluate how your body feels in the present moment. Is your body tense? Is your body relaxed? Not really sure? This simple exercise is a form of mindfulness … Continue reading Mindfulness: The Practice of Living in the Present Moment

Five Ways to Fight FOMO

We’ve all been there. You have the flu. You’re studying for an exam. You’re working or home for the weekend. Sometimes, the invite gets lost in the mail. Suddenly, it seems like everyone you’ve ever known is having the absolute time of their lives.  The distinct feeling of missing out, or FOMO, is a prominent phenomenon in our generation. It’s practically a rite of passage, … Continue reading Five Ways to Fight FOMO