The Spring semester is almost finished! Before we celebrate the arrival of Summer break, it is important for us Sun Devils to not check out mentally but to finish the school year strong. A big part of that is preparing for finals week. Putting finals on your radar earlier rather than later as well as studying can help you pass your classes with flying colors! Below are some tips to get the best grades possible for your finals:

We’re pushing through the Spring semester, and with that comes exams, papers, and other assignments. For some of us, this can be a stressful time with feelings of anxiety and burnout, so now is a good opportunity to check in with your mental health and evaluate how you’re doing. If you find that you are struggling, there are resources available to Sun Devils to help us out and get us back on the path to success. Below are five questions to ask yourself to assess how your mental health is doing and some tips to help bring balance.

Hummus is a healthy, delicious dip that is packed full of protein and complex carbs. With some vegetables or pita chips on the side, it makes for a good post workout snack or a healthy quick lunch. This recipe for hummus, courtesy of Inspired Taste, is easy and made in 10 minutes. Check out their website for step-by-step pics, a video and other tips. This recipe makes about a cup and a half of hummus, leaving you with plenty to snack on and enjoy!

Have you heard of meditation but are not sure on where to start? Maybe you’ve tried it before but didn’t have the success you were looking for. Read on for some tips and recommendations on starting your own meditation routine as well as a suggested meditation you can practice anywhere!

It’s January and you can feel it in the crisp winter air. It’s the time of year to return back to campus and re-engage in our academic goals. Unfortunately, COVID-19 is as prevalent as ever, especially with the new Omicron variant. ASU is taking it seriously and has implemented some policy changes to help keep us all safe and healthy. Follow the policies and tips during this semester and we can make it a successful, healthy semester for all of us.

It’s a new semester and a new year, and with it a new chance to do well in our academics! Sometimes the beginning of a new semester can be overwhelming and we might not know where to start to get the most out of our classes. Never fear! Here are some tips to help you do well this semester and avoid stress:

The new year is here, and many of us seek to improve ourselves with hopes and goals for the coming year. Whether it is to build your strength and endurance, keep organized, ace all your spring classes, or any other goal you want to crush this new year, here are some tips to help you create a better you in 2022.

Have you ever wondered how food affects workout performance, or if it’s better to eat before or after a workout to maximize your results? If you’ve had questions like these, you are not alone. The answer might be surprising, but research shows that eating before and after your workout is key to getting the best results possible from your workout routine. Whether you are running, lifting weights, playing a sport, or taking a group fitness class, fueling your body properly gives you an edge on performance and improves the outcome for your body.

Sometimes the idea of lifting weights can be intimidating. The problem only compounds when we hear myths and misconceptions about lifting weights and what it will do to our body. Read on to clear up some of these myths and get your lifting on! 

Myth: Lifting makes women bulky.

There are many myths that surround working out. Some of these misconceptions play into why we don’t move our bodies as much as we could, so read on to bust some common fitness myths! 

Myth: You have to work out in a gym to have a good workout.

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