April is the start of two seasons - spring and baseball! As we replace cold with newly blooming flowers we have an added bonus. April is home to some of the tastiest and fun days to celebrate! Take a look below at some special occasions we can all find a reason to enjoy. Looking for ways to relax before finals? Start planning your month around some of these dates. From caramel and grilled cheese to pets and stories (watch out Thanksgiving) April might just be the most delicious month of the year!
Two of our favorite food holidays fall during the month of March: National Peanut Butter Lovers’ Day and Pi Day! Hey - we’ll take any excuse to celebrate a day that involves food! Check out a list of both peanut butter and pie recipes we put together so you can celebrate too. And be sure to keep an eye on our social media for any upcoming events at University Lofts!
With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, it’s hard not to get caught up in the all the love of the season. Whether shopping for your significant other, your best friend, or your favorite four legged friend, we’ve got you covered! Check out the links below for plenty of ideas to make this Valentine’s Day the sweetest yet!
Sticking to Your New Year Resolution
We have all heard the saying “New Year, New Me” when it comes to bringing in a new year. While this is a great time to make changes that you believe will be beneficial to your life going forward, there are a lot of times when sticking to your resolutions becomes harder than expected. The sky is the limit when it comes to these resolutions but making them realistic gives you the greatest chance of sticking to them. Below are some tips to help you stick to your New Year Resolution.
While this time of year is often filled with joy and excitement, it can also be one of the most stressful times of the year. As you are preparing for finals and planning your holiday activities, whether it’s a trip home or staying put, learning how to deal with these stresses will help you have a more enjoyable holiday.
Here are some tips to help reduce stress this holiday season:
• Let your family know about your plans and preferences for the holiday before you arrive home. Listen to their preferences and plans as well.
Now that Labor Day has come and gone, it is official…summer is coming to an end.
Hopefully you finished filling your bucket list, because as the fun of summer sets in the distance the fun of the new school year rises.
It seems like it wasn’t that long ago that the start of school was a combination of the excitement of back to school shopping and the anxiety of a new classroom.
Things are different now, aren’t they? This year there might not be a new wardrobe coming (and if there is it’s filled with Bearcat gear) and you’re in a new classroom every hour.