It seems like what’s being marketed as mindfulness is a misunderstanding of what long time practitioners are doing. Mindfulness is not about trying to avoid or change something. It’s not just a tool to help you calm down or be more productive.
Whether students are living on or off campus this semester, finding the time to try out new recipes while staying within their budget can be a struggle. Students already have little time and money to spend on preparing meals, but this is especially difficult during the COVID-19 pandemic. According to Pew Research Center, about one in four college-age adults are unemployed as a result of the pandemic, making splurging on expensive ingredients or nights out at restaurants impractical.
‘A chance to get off the hamster wheel:’ Fall sport coaches share how coaching and their lives have changed through the COVID-19 pandemic
As students have returned to online classes this fall semester, so too has head women’s soccer coach and University of Portland alumna Michelle French, as she starts working towards a master’s degree in management communication.