Declassified Midterm Survival Guide

With midterms just around the corner, everyone is frantically trying to make up for the lack of school work done from the first month of school. This leads many of us to give up our old routine of working out and staying healthy to cram from tests, projects, or presentations. Although it’s clearly obvious that staying on track from the start will help to prevent this, we can’t help but all get a little caught off guard when your prof announces that you have a midterm fast approaching. TSS is here to help you with some useful tips to make sure you stay on track while being engrossed in one of the busiest times of the semester!

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Too Blessed to Be Stressed

One of the most important things to remember about health is that it’s well rounded. Having a beautiful, fit body is one aspect of health, while eating nutritious, balanced meals is also part of a healthy lifestyle. Arguably, though, the most important piece of your health is mental. When people focus too much on the way they exercise or what they eat, they create unhealthy patterns that can become detrimental to overall health, creating a risk for long term problems. That being said, obsessing over how many calories you burned on the treadmill or consumed during lunch, will only make a rewarding, endorphin pumping activity negatively impact your daily choices. 

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How Fitness Cured My Anxiety

Although I always had a love for fitness, I was never as passionate about it as I am now. Between studio hopping, hiking, and exercising six days a week, it’s nearly impossible to feel anything less than my best self after a workout. My days of overwhelming anxiety came to an end once I was finally doing something to ~sweat the stress away~. And of course, once you get those endorphins flowing, it’s actually scientifically impossible to have nothing, but positive thoughts and feelings running through you.

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