Wrapping a pair of shorts around your head is a great way to sleep through an early sunrise.
When DC residents say bring an umbrella to work, they mean bring an umbrella to work. Thunderstorms here mean business.
Stability balls will always be superior to chairs.
After you roast sweet potatoes for an hour, the oven door will be hot. Do not touch it. Why did you touch the oven door.
Networking is a scary term for chatting over coffee.
Spanish isn’t just a major for teachers and translators. It’s an essential life skill, one that allows you to connect with people all over the world.
If you need an adrenaline rush, go to Trader Joe’s at 5:30 pm on a Monday.
It’s okay to take a break from work. Go eat shrimp tacos with your friends, or see the corpse flower in bloom.
My name is really hard to pronounce in Spanish.
Sauteéd tempeh, brussels sprouts and corn makes a great dinner, but so does a bowl of peaches and some cookie dough.
Smile at people in the office, even if you don’t know them.
If you don’t have time to fit in an arm workout, buy a large watermelon at the farmers market and walk a mile home.
Hablar en mi segundo idioma nunca será fácil, pero no significa que no vale la pena.
Leaving a plastic plate next to a hot stove will probably melt your plate. On the bright side, you now have a cool-looking plate.
Everyone else is just as sweaty as you are. Don’t sweat it (wow Hayley what a play on words).
Recovery from an eating disorder is a journey, not a destination. Some days are miserable, but some days you can eat sweet potato fries with your friends and feel like you rule the world.
Food systems underpin all other systems. Fight for food justice, and you fight for climate, social, and economic justice.
It’s okay to be really, really bad at dancing. The important thing is at that you dance.