Kayla Nguyen joined Total Wellness Magazine in October 2020. She is second-year student majoring in English and minoring in Asian Languages at UCLA.
She loves thriller novels, baking, and long walks at night. If not in Powell, you'll find her looking for healthy dessert alternatives to satisfy her need for something sweet at the end of every meal.
At some point, we’ve probably heard the words “We regret to inform you…” But rejection emails don’t need to be the end of our careers. Knowing about the effects of failure and rejection on our health, and having strategies to deal with these types of situations can help us turn our rejections into opportunities.
In an era of booming technology and bustling cities, activities like meditation and yoga that are meant to calm and relieve stress have become increasingly popular. Among these relaxing programs, sound healing has garnered increasing attention in holistic health.
The switch from dining halls to making your own meals is not an easy one, but having herbs on-hand to (all)spice up your cooking will have your meals tasting just like (carda)mom’s in no thyme and will certainly keep the dining hall nostalgia at bay (leaf).