College is meant to be a great experience. It should be somewhere you can have fun, learn, and make loads of new friends, but sometimes it can be more stressful than fun. The essays and studying alone can drive you crazy. And in addition to being a stressful place, college is an easy place to let your health go. Eating out of vending machines and forgetting to exercise can really take a toll on your skin, weight and overall
health. If you are finding yourself stressed out, not eating well, or forgetting to exercise then check out the College 101 Food & Health app.
College 101’s health feature gives tips on how to deal with common situations you may come across at college. It
includes advice on how to reduce stress, deal with roommates, manage homesickness, and more. This app is a great recourse for advice on stressful or uncomfortable situations.
The Food 101 section of the app gives great advice on eating and cooking at college. Find out what vending machine foods are the worst and best to eat, so when you take a study break you know what to stay away from. Also, check out the super easy recipes ideal for a healthy dinner.
Check out the exercise feature of College 101. It provides totally great ways to stay fit and mix up your exercise routine. Find out how to avoid the “Freshman 15″ with College 101’s handy tips; read about the benefits of riding a bike around campus; and check out the best ways to stay motivated and interested in exercising.
College 101 is an awesome app that can give you advice for any stage of your college experience. Download it for free on your smart phone today!
Mikaela Weyland-Smith – Pulp Nature Contributor and Intern – Autoimmune Allyby
Mikaela is a vibrant 19 year old dancer from Sydney, Australia. She moved to Texas in mid 2012 and discovered her passion for writing. She loves all things fashion and beauty and will be bringing you the latest trends and tips. This autoimmune ally loves hanging out with her friends and baking gluten-free goodies!View all Mikaela Weyland-Smith posts.