Well, yeah, you can. Especially if you're donning all white and doing The Color Run™. But don't forget that you can get in shape for this variegated race by following our other blog, This Week in Runners, to pick up on some tips to cross the finish line with flying colors.
If you're a Millennial that's, say, 18 or 19, then selfies have been a part of your life experience since forever. But where did they come from? Well, we can thank the (got to click on the post to find out!) for giving us the word, and - in fact - the first appearance of the word surfaced in one of the country's online news channels around 2002.
Amy's advice: "To be a good photographer, you have to be aware of your surroundings." Find out why this young leader sees the beauty all around her. This is her Y. Her camera. Her Story.
Maybe you're just coming upon your twenties. Perhaps you're just about to leave that decade behind. Or could be it's been a very long while since you had anything to do with the number 29. In any case, advice abounds, so here are some suggestions (take 'em or leave 'em) that might just be best suggestions for people in their twenties.
Celebrated poet. Novelist. Actress. Civil rights activist. Maya Angelou will be missed by many and remembered by all. Here are some words of yesterday that you can use for a better tomorrow.
There's a lot of chatter buzzing around with what you can do to be happy. Here are some tips that will put a smile on your face today.
Maybe it's your new dorm room. Maybe it's living in a city like New York or Paris. Maybe you dream of moving out one day and find yourself living in a 129 square-foot apartment. The good news is that, we, Millennials are are resilient group of young leaders. Heck, we'll even learn to live out of a tree, if we have to.
Lisa Riggsbee is a student at University of North Carolina- Asheville (UNCA) where she is a Health and Wellness Promotion major with minors in Psychology and Mass Communication. Having a passion for writing and community wellness promotion, Lisa began working with the YMCA of Western North Carolina Healthy Living Pantry expansion project in January 2014 in an effort to expand the reach of the program and has since more than quadrupled pantry participation. This is her Y. Her words. Her story.
What are you doing this Memorial Day weekend? BBQ with family? Road trip with friends? Getting ready to graduate? Preparing for a summer college class? If you're free, be sure to check out the National Memorial Day Concert broadcast by PBS, live on Sunday, May 25, 2014 from 8 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. CT. Beforehand, you can preview the highlights of the concert, see who's performing, listen to stories from families, and be inspired.
30, it's just sitting there. For some of us, that number may be 40. Yes, young leaders, you are aging (and, hopefully, getting wiser) every day. But what about 100? You can search "Live to Be 100-years old" and things like live an active life - physically and mentally - will pop up. Is there really a "how-to" guide for what your life can be like in two, three, four... or seven decades? Maybe it's just setting fitness goals for yourself in your 20s, 30s, 40s, and beyond. Does the fountain of youth have anything to do with the foods you're eating?