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The Key to Healthy Relationships

What does healthy communication look like? It’s not always easy to tell, and it can be even harder to keep up healthy communication with everyone in your life all of the time — especially in the midst of a global pandemic that has turned our communication styles upside down. What we do know is that healthy communication is the key to healthy relationships. 

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Say Goodbye to Unnecessary Stress

Life is stressful—especially during a pandemic. It’s important to keep in mind that you are not alone. Following these tips will help you lower your stress level so that you can live well!

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Zoom Etiquette—Improve Your Remote Learning Experience

Most of the classes at ASU this fall are on Zoom.  Many students are new to learning via Zoom, while others might want to improve their remote learning experience.  Here is a list of suggestions that will allow you and your peers to get more out of learning on this platform.  Following these tips will make remote learning feel more natural. 

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Making Healthy Headway at Home

The stay-at-home orders have made staying well a new challenge for most. Between the tempting loaves of sourdough bread you might have been baking and the rising temperature spoiling your afternoon run around the block, you may feel it’s impossible to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Fortunately, you have access to strategies to help you adapt to this current state of living!

January Newsletter

Check out our January newsletter and learn how to create goals designed for success!

January Newsletter

Devils in Depth: Why the Hydro?

Frank (Finance)

Frank

I chose to be a finance major because I love numbers, business, and talking to people. I want to go into management consulting or maybe investment banking after college. It’s all coming up soon for me because I’m a senior.

Freshman 15: Fact or Fiction

The dreaded “Freshman 15,” an extra 15 pounds students are said to gain their freshman year of college, is something that has haunted incoming students for decades. However, college newbies may rest easier knowing that they aren’t at a high risk of such a hefty weight gain, and the “Freshman 15” is largely a myth.

Using cardio for weight loss

Summer is fast approaching. Say you want to get lean and get that summer body. Your first instinct is to look to cardio to reach this goal. Running, biking, swimming — anything that will help you sweat out the calories.

But, exactly how much cardio should you do? How much is too much?

While there is no straight-to-the-point answer that fits all body types, athletic abilities or genetics, it is possible to get a rough estimate of what you need. That being said,regular cardio exercise is undisputedly an important part of a productive, effective weight loss routine.

How to get the most out of meditation

Most perceive meditation as a complicated art form—but it can actually be quite simple.

There isn’t one right way to go about it—the goal is to quiet your mind in order to be present in the moment and within yourself. You can achieve this in a number of ways.

“[Meditation] can involve focusing on the breath, on bodily sensations, or on a word or phrase, known as a mantra,” according to Psychology Today.

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