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Byline: Julie Araica

There’s always room for improvement when it comes to productivity. Here are numerous habits and things to do that can help you be more productive in your everyday life. Find the Planner for you Finding the right planner is a process, and if you haven’t found the one yet, much like dating, it’s easy to believe that...

In the sphere of wellness and lifestyle, Marie Kondo is a household name. Known for revolutionizing the way we look at organization through her “Konmari” method, Kondo first rose to fame after authoring “The Life-Changing Magic it Tidying Up,” a #1 New York Times best-seller. Kondo now has her own Netflix original...

2019 is the year that you’re finally going to lose the weight you put on freshman year, learn mandarin and pay off your credit card debt! Or is it? Be honest with yourself, did you achieve any resolutions you made for last year? Do you even remember what they were? Well, there’s a decent chance you did. According to a...

Cheers to student debt! With the brand new year here to remind all of us how much more our debt is growing, now is a great time to finally get your personal finances sorted out. So, let’s talk about budgeting. Here’s something you might not want to hear: everyone needs a budget. But those budgets usually have us...

We’re midway through January, and if you haven’t done so already, you owe it to yourself to do a reset routine for the new year. This can also be done at any other time of the year when you find yourself in a funk, to get you motivated again and help you recenter. But what does a full blown reset even look like? On...

So it’s winter again, and that means I’m feeling sad. But when I say sad, I mean SAD. As in, Seasonal Affective Disorder, which is a very real medical disorder that can occur for some people with the change of the seasons. For most people, this happens during the winter. I am one of those people, and no amount of...

If you’ve found yourself daydreaming of getting the hell away from Houston and hopping onto the first flight to Boston this winter to experience, you know, actual winter, you are not alone. But if you are also like me and find yourself lacking the funds to make such a brash decision, I give you a more budget-friendly...

What would the holidays be without parties? Whether you want to host a Friendsgiving, holiday gift exchange or a New Year’s Eve bash, the basic rules of how to host a party remain the same. For me personally, I learned everything I know about party throwing from Martha Stewart and the Sims, and I feel like this...

As a self-proclaimed foodie, I have a special place in my heart for Houston. I know that no matter what I’m craving, this city will have something that can satiate me. The newest of these cravings being a good cup of joe. It took me longer than I’d like to admit to get wean off my Starbucks Frappucino training wheels,...

In a line of white houses down Holman Street, you will find Project Row Houses, a place that is enriching the lives of the Third Ward community through art. But in an area like the Third Ward that is struggling under the grip of gentrification, PRH can’t just be like other art installations, and for the artists who...