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6 Kid-Friendly and Healthy Lunch Box Ideas for Back-to-School

There is no denying that children are tough critics and extremely hard to please, especially when it comes to packing them a healthy lunch for school. As pretty fussy eaters, they don’t make our job any easier when it comes to getting them to eat healthy. You could make a great dinner with every nutritional ingredient […]

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Teamwork Makes the Dream Work: Celebrating 5 Years With The Hudsucker

Today is an especially amazing day because our team is celebrating five years since The Hudsucker’s creation. It’s an incredible milestone and one that wouldn’t exist without the team we have. As the Editor-in-Chief of an online magazine that aims to empower readers through lifestyle, entertainment and news, it’s extremely humbling to know one seedling […]

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Top 5 for 5: Tania Reveals Her Favorite Quotes to Ignite Your Creativity and Passion

As Editor-in-Chief and founder of The Hudsucker, Tania Hussain has written about and done so much for the site over 5 years. Though she is a jack-of-all-trades writer, it’s no surprise that she would share quotes that inspire her for her Top 5 for 5.  Creativity seems like one of those unattainable attributes like an Ivy […]

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These Are the 7 Best Places to Live in the United States for 2017

For so many of us, relocating to a new city is a daunting experience. From finding new neighborhood favorites to maintaining sociability, moving has the power to leave you mentally, emotionally and physically exhausted. But as you know the saying, “life begins at the end of your comfort zone” and it’s true in more ways […]

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Luke Bryan Pays It Back with His Latest EP and ‘Farm Tour’

For years, reigning CMA Entertainer of the Year, Luke Bryan has given fans new music every spring break with his annual beach party-themed EPs. Fun-filled and nostalgic for old crowds and new, the records have been a favorite among many since its initial debut in 2009. But after ending the highly anticipated tradition just last spring, […]

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How to Be Your Own Best Friend for a Healthier Lifestyle

There’s no denying that while we might be surrounded by amazing relationships in our waking life, we have spent every moment from birth to now in our very own company. And the truth is, no matter who pops in and out of our life, we will always be the one soul consistently there for us. […]

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Making Friends in a New City

When we were kids, all it took to make a new friend was sharing your snacks with the kid beside you on the playground and, fortunately, that kind of bond could last right up until everyone graduated high school and headed off to the college or university of their choice or, even longer, until everyone […]

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How Journaling Can Improve Your Life

Between pimply, youthful dreams, pages plastered with Lisa Frank stickers and all that blue-penned angst, notebooks have a teenager-y sort of stigma. But “journaling” (as we refer to it in the post-puberty stages), is the next big trend this year following coloring books. The tradition of healthy reflections dates far back with some of the earliest […]

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Your Stress-Free Guide to Settling Into a New City

As anyone whose ever taken the big step of moving away from home knows, it can be pretty daunting to live on your own for the first time. Between doing your own laundry, cooking your own food, and paying your own bills, it can be a physically, mentally, and emotionally draining experience. But there are […]

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Dealing With Stress: 5 Pieces Of Advice On How To Manage It

What is the most stressful thing in your life? That answer might change on an everyday basis. Sometimes life can seem so stressful that you don’t even know what to try to tackle next. No matter what the situation is, you need to hope is that you feel like you are in control of your stress. […]

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6 Awesome Back-To-School Apps to Rock Your Semester

The start of a new school year is an exciting, yet busy time for students across the country. As many gear up for another semester full of homework, projects, tests and assigned readings, technology has never been more useful to the enterprising student looking to organize their day-to-day studies and heavy course loads with the help of their […]

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Ten Thousand Coffees: Building Professional Relations, One Cup at a Time

Relationships are the core of a burgeoning and valuable life and just as we societally have basic needs to fulfill, we also have that one rudimentary need to feel belonging through valuable and advantageous relationships. In this rapid age of technology, we have all had the opportunity to connect with others through social media and advance our […]

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Film Noir with a Touch of Class: TCM’s “Summer of Darkness” Now in Session!

In mid-May, it was announced that the Peabody Award-winning television network, Turner Classic Movies would collaborate with one of the nation’s best public institutions, Ball State University on the Canvas Network for a free online course studying film noir, open to the general public.

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Strength Through Adversity: The Importance Of Resilience

Adversity can present itself to us in several ways. We can find it in work, in relationships, and in moments of failure adversity may never seem more overwhelming. When we think about what makes us feel down, we must also look at what helps keep us going. When I think about my own life, examples […]

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