Author Archives | Cady Lewis

How to Wear This Season’s Power Color: Yellow

Bright, luxurious colors rocked all the runways recently, and yellow is one of this summer’s biggest trends. Yellow is bold and charming, and is associated with energy, joy, and freshness. Who wouldn’t like a little more joy in their lives?

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The Relationship Balancing Act

We’ve all been in the position of being “ditched” by a friend before. Maybe you’ll have to rewind back to high school, or maybe it’s happened to you as recently as yesterday, but no matter when it happens, it’s safe to say that it hurts. I bring up high school because that was back when […]

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Love is in the Air: 10 Spring Date Ideas

Spring is finally here. Warmer weather, check. Longer days, check. Love in the air, check. Spring has always been the season for blossoming flowers, wildlife, and even romance. With all that the warm weather of spring has to offer, dinner and a movie dates can be put on hold until winter. Whether you and your […]

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Bad Boys/Bad Girls: Why Are We So Drawn to Their Drama?

It seems like every other day we hear a news story about a young celebrity doing something reckless, inappropriate, or illegal. Recently, Miley Cyrus and Justin Bieber are the latest in a long line of celebrity bad boys and bad girls who have captivated the world with their outrageous behavior.

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Graphic Fiction: A Picture is Worth A Thousand Words

Recently, I’ve discovered graphic fiction: comic books, graphic novels, and manga. Without a doubt, graphic fiction is an under appreciated genre of literature. And I admit, up until taking a class on graphic fiction at school, I’d never given the genre a second thought myself. To me, they were always about superheroes and villains, fighting […]

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Breakout Stars of 2014

This year has plenty of fantastic movies in store for us, and with those movies come a number of rising stars. Whether they’re brand new to the world of Hollywood, or they’ve been in less prominent roles in years past, here’s a group of actors and actresses who are sure to take the movie world […]

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How to Beat Winter Fatigue

Ah, winter. The perfect time to pretend to be a fuzzy woodland creature and hibernate until the groundhog hopefully doesn’t see his shadow, right?

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How to Update Your Resume

It can feel like the job market is a little tough to break into these days. It may seem like no one is hiring, especially if you’re looking  in a career that typically has limited openings. There really are job opportunities everywhere if you know where to look. Online job ads, signs and billboards, and […]

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Where Have All the Westleys Gone? The Search for Chivalry

Because I grew up on Disney movies and fairy tales, the first thing that usually pops into my mind when I hear the word chivalry is a handsome knight in shiny metallic armor riding a white horse on his way to rescue a damsel in distress or save a helpless princess from the clutches of […]

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10 Books Every Child Should Read

Reading is one of those things people either love or do their best to avoid. I’m slightly obsessed with books. When I was little I read pretty much anything I could get my hands on, and I think it was my parents who instilled in me a love of reading that I still very much […]

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John Green: Pop Culture Icon

I’m not ashamed to admit that the most recent thing to have made me cry was reading The Fault in Our Stars by John Green. And I mean really cry. A tragic love story at it’s finest, TFIOS is the latest book by John Green to have taken the YA shelves by storm. Not only has […]

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The Spectacular, “Spectacular Now”

On shelves dominated by paranormal romances, dystopian adventures, aliens, werewolves, and superpowers, The Spectacular Now is one Young Adult novel stripped down to the reality of a teen boy growing up in a familiar world. Without the help of flashy, overplayed teen fiction tropes, Tim Tharp delivers a real character in Sutter Keely — the […]

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“Monsters University”: Not Up to the Pixar Standard?

Monsters University, released on Friday, is the latest Disney-Pixar movie and prequel to the 2001 movie Monster’s, Inc. It stars Billy Crystal as Mike and John Goodman as Sulley, and features the voice talents of Steve Buscemi as Randall, a future fellow Monsters Inc. employee, and Helen Mirren as the strict Dean Hardscrabble.

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