Balancing school, work, extra curricular’s and a social life can take a serious toll on your body and peace of mind. But we don’t all have to be yoga-gurus for a little Anada (or happiness).
Ultimately, if you’re spending your summer inside, have no shame. You’ve got things to do and time to do it, so just do you.
With these settings and apps you can stay on top of the summer haze and lazy days!
Whether you are seeking tips on exercise, food, career, or inspiration, one of these books can help you find it and, hopefully, attain happiness.
For those of you fortunate enough to visit this summer, Valley has compiled 24 things you can do to help you make the most of your 24 hours in the City that Never Sleeps.
Whether you are looking for a last minute internship for the summer or are planning ahead, Valley is here to help you stay on track.
Whether you’re interested in fashion, beauty, cooking, fitness, there is a subscription box out there for you and Valley has listed some favorites below!
Even though these ideas may not compare to going to the bars with your friends, doing something productive and fun is still better than wallowing in your underage-ness.
Follow these tips and you’ll surely pass all of your exams with flying colors.
Putting your heart into something you’re passionate about is key to making it a success. For anyone aspiring to start a philanthropic organization of their own, Willie has some words of advice.
Whether your goal is to make your Instagrams pop or to gain a bit more photography knowledge, knowing little tips and tricks for each kind of camera is very important.
Chiropractic therapy is a form of alternative medicine that involves manipulation of the spine and joints.
Sleep paralysis is a feeling of being conscious but unable to move and occurs when a person passes between stages of wakefulness and sleep.
Valley has put together some tips on how to boost your confidence and be happy with who you are.
On Monday March 21, President Obama made history when he stepped onto the tarmac at José Martí International Airport in Havana, Cuba, the first sitting American president to do so since 1928.
There’s just one big problem with being 20 — you’re not 21.
Valley is here to help with unique ways to clean up your life this spring without completely starting fresh.
I will continue to ensure my own safety and do my best to ensure the safety of all the other women I go to school with, because unfortunately in the world we live in today, I have to.
Of course there are the standards — paying off your credit card bills, paying rent or buying food. But those are all so vanilla.
Whether you’re living with your closest friends or random strangers, everyone has had to deal with a difficult roommate at one point or another.