It’s a new year, so it’s time for everyone to become a “new me”. Now begins the weight loss journey, and that soda pop drop. Such a convenient time to start, as well. Right before summer, when men need to get shredded and women need to get that coke bottle figure…but we only keep them
Hi Courtland! Introduce ya self My name is Courtland, I’m 21 years old. I’m from Hammond, Louisiana but I’m based in Baton Rouge. I go to BRCC where I study entertainment technology, I’m hoping to transfer to LSU or Loyola in New Orleans to study film. A lot of people see you as Courtland the
Let’s talk about jars. As a sustainable baddie, I love a good glass mason jar. They come in all shapes and sizes and they are easier to find than you think. Mason Jars are like cars you never heard of before but then you see one for the first time and now they are everywhere.
The key to sustainability is not throwing things away or never buying anything again. That’s far from the truth, especially when you’re already on a budget. The real key to living a sustainable life is thinking about the longevity of the things you acquire or already have. For example, paper plates are convenient. But they
I only lived in Baton Rouge for a year and it’s safe to say I tried a lot of new things. I’m obsessed with coffee so I had to try all the coffee shops, and by the time I left the city, I had tried every. Single. One. These are my top 5 and why!
By the time I started freshman year of college, I had been to clubs and bars many times, even though I had only just recently turned 18. My roommates, their friend, and I went to a popular bar near campus, escorted by an upperclassman we knew. We didn’t really like him, but he was over
Carla Cushnie Three years ago, the thought of moving halfway across the world to a completely new place away from my family and friends for school is never something I would have thought of myself doing, and yet here I am having almost completed a whole semester at Louisiana State University. I have lived my
Anissa Hyde Sustainability. You’ve heard of it, right? People fall on various parts of the spectrum when it comes to their awareness and engagement in sustainability. And that is perfectly fine. My major is Conservation Biology so I would fall towards the more hyper-aware, active side of said spectrum. What about people who know sustainability