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Thrifting as a lifestyle

I look to inspire others to find their niche method of practicing good ethics in fashion and discover a greater sense of self expression through this approach, as well.


Stereotypical New Year’s resolutions such as working out more, being more grateful or spending less time on social media, feel too broad or impersonal to be practical. 
Life

The Myth of the New Year

I have come to understand that the reason New Year’s resolutions were so daunting, and perhaps so apt to fail, is that they are a universal concept attempting to fill the role of a very personal task.


Determined to take advantage of the spooky spirit even in my down time, I decided that Halloween weekend 2021 would be my first time watching a horror movie.
Life

Horror, in real life

Just as "The Shining" confuses the boundaries of reality in the Overlook, it prompted me, as well, to ask myself if the plot of the movie was truly fictional, or based in real truths.  


You are not alone in experiencing insurmountable stress caused by school nor are you alone in the fight to combat that stress. 
Life

Making it through the mid-semester slump

It is easy to feel defeated from the “mid-semester slump”. However, you are more than capable of refocusing as well as recentering in order to combat this slump and achieve your goals from the start of the semester. 


Cecy Juárez is a Life columnist for The Cavalier Daily.
Life

The great misconception of self-care

I’ll still take a “treat yo’ self” day every once in a while, but I’ll keep in mind to also take care of some of my responsibilities  — whatever I’m capable of doing that day. 


A characteristic of sitting on the floor that has followed since childhood and continues to define a part of me.
Life

I’m a floor girl

If you’re a floor person like myself, maybe you found some solace in knowing that you are not alone in your floor preference. 


Cecy Juárez is a Life columnist for The Cavalier Daily.
Life

The Cavalier wears Prada

It’s OK if you want to wear your best sundress to your statistics lecture or a snazzy polo to astronomy. No one will judge you if you wear a plain t-shirt and oversized basketball shorts to a discussion.