By Selina Chan
Toward the end of the school year, all teens are responsible for choosing their future course schedule, but you might be conflicted on which electives you should take. There are numerous classes, such as music, languages, or sports, that you can select, but it is hard to decide which ones are best suited for you. Here are helpful tips to determine what electives you should take.
By Hannah Magino
By around the end of January, many teens have already forgotten about their New Year’s Resolution. If you have dropped your resolution already, here are some tips you can use to make your next resolutions, even if it’s not the new year!
By Daisy Wong
“IT’S A SNOW DAY!” As teens, we may still want to run out into the snow like when we were little, but we can take advantage of our snow day and turn it into a productive day. Here’s how you can enjoy your snow day while also spending it productively!
By Allison Xu
For most high schoolers, flipping to a blank page in a journal with a pen in hand isn’t the go-to method to improve your mood or alleviate stress. Writing is an underrated, often overlooked approach to cope with negative feelings and clear your mind. It is imperative to use writing as a way to destress and recharge.
By Daisy Wong
HELP! It’s often easy to procrastinate or let things pile up on top of each other, which causes unnecessary stress. The feeling of burying yourself under a pile of blankets or distracting yourself in hopes that everything will magically go away will be overwhelming. Here are four easy tips to use when you feel you have too much work on your plate.
By Sara Karbowski
Oftentimes, high schoolers are stressed out about things like homework or relationships. You might want to talk it out with your parents, but it can be hard to start a conversation about it. It may be scary, but talking to your parents will lessen the burden on your shoulders. Here are some tips to help you talk it out with your parents!