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Learn to love yourself: Our experts tell you how

Rate this article and enter to winDo you ever find yourself sitting in front of the mirror, zeroing in on something you don’t like about yourself? Sometimes it’s physical: acne scars, love handles, stretch...

#NoFilter: How to live real in an online world

Rate this article and enter to winEver find yourself scrolling through your Instagram feed and wondering how everyone’s lives seem so much happier/cooler/healthier than yours? It’s human nature to occasionally compare ourselves to the...

The FoMO phenomenon: Why you may have a fear of missing out

 “Vvvt. Vvvt.” You feel your phone vibrate, alerting you to a new notification or text. It doesn’t matter that you’re in class; you need to see what it says—now.Ever feel that if you’re out...
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In Flow by AITA Ltd.

Why we love it:While scientists investigate what makes humans happy, it’s on each of us to figure out what makes this human happy. Otherwise, how can we do more of it? In Flow (“your...

Build your brand: 6 ways to be a social media star

Rate this article and enter to winAre you envious of that Twitter handle that has more than 4,000 followers? Did you create a food blog six months ago with intentions of becoming the next...
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Are you social or nocial? Take the quiz

Rate this article and enter to winBeyoncé, Taylor Swift, and Kim Kardashian have all “broken the internet,” but what would you do if the internet was really broken? If Instagram was down, would the...
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To tweet or not to tweet? 8 social media do’s and don’ts

Rate this article and enter to winFrom behind the comfort of a screen and a Snuggie®, we’re able to share, communicate, and critique one another using social platforms like Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Never...

How to avoid online drama

Social media and other online communication can be a breeding ground for gossip, exaggeration, and finger pointing. Instead of getting sucked in, follow these steps to stop the drama. Limit your use of social...