A Reality Check from Everyday Sociology Blog

By Peter Kaufman Consider this statement: Donald Trump, the 45th President of the United States of America, is a racist, sexist, xenophobic bigot who constantly tells lies and makes wildly misleading claims. I offer this statement not as an accusation against the President but as an assertion. It is not based on what Trump’s advisors… via … Continue reading A Reality Check from Everyday Sociology Blog

Understanding What Your Emotions Mean — Advice from a Twenty Something

Whether you show them or not, emotions are one thing we all have in common. Some may find it easier to express what they’re feeling, while others tend to keep things bottled up. No matter your personality, it’s important to listen to your emotions. Some, like jealousy or anger, can be extremely difficult to deal… via … Continue reading Understanding What Your Emotions Mean — Advice from a Twenty Something

5 Habits to Break in Your 20s — Advice from a Twenty Something

A lot of articles talk about habits to add to your life with age. While those are necessary, I’ve found that it’s just as important to ditch certain ones as well. Your twenties are a time for experimenting, having fun, getting to know yourself, and growing into a confident, mature person. You’re also kind of stuck… … Continue reading 5 Habits to Break in Your 20s — Advice from a Twenty Something

How to trick yourself into eating healthier — Women’s Health

We know the basic rules for eating healthier, but adhering to them isn’t always a cinch. Other than not bringing home unhealthy foods or padlocking the pantry door, how can we make it easier on ourselves? Small changes Like many things, changes start small. Research conducted by the Food and ... The post How to… via … Continue reading How to trick yourself into eating healthier — Women’s Health