Your Instagram feed might currently be flooded with "turn me on" posts. No, we're not getting sexual, we're getting SEO. SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization. Ever wonder how Google can read your mind? SEO. If websites want to increase traffic to their websites, they include vital keywords and tags as well as quality content … Continue reading Instagram Isn’t Dead: What to expect from the new algorithm
No one ever wants to settle. Settling implies that you are one peg below your potential. Things could be a little better. However, it seems like as we get older, more people are satisfied with being content. Content is feeling comfortable and at ease. While all is dandy, I never want to be content. Content leads … Continue reading 2 Reasons I Never Want To Be Content
Going to a Jesuit university, ethics are a main part of our curriculum. My capstone course for the Honors Program is philosophy and ethics, and I recently wrote a paper on the ethics of Santa Claus. I wrote as the devil's advocate, but it really has me considering the value of incentives in behavior and … Continue reading The Ethics of Incentives: Motivated or just plain spoiled?
Instead of encouraging girls to be the perfect, total package, let’s encourage girls and women to be as much as anything they want to be.
My eating disorder developed very subtly and took me a couple years to even detect. Counting calories is inevitably disastrous for a perfectionist, and all of the health crazes led me to develop orthorexia. I wasn't starving myself and I wasn't purging, but I was obsessing over healthy foods. Those who haven't struggled with disordered eating … Continue reading My journey through ED, TBD
Lately, there have been many complaints about political correctness. Supposedly, America is becoming too sensitive and needs to get over it.I agree, but I also don't. I agree that political correctness needs to end, but that cultural competence should instead replace it. What does political correctness even mean? It originated in Communist Russia to literally … Continue reading PC vs. CC: Cultural Competence is the new Political Correctness