This Week's Poll:
May 10, 2013
How do you cope with end-of-the-year stressors?
I list and prioritize all of the things I need to get done. Lots of planning helps.
87% (921 votes)
I try to maintain a healthy balance between the stuff I have to do and the stuff I like to do.
5% (54 votes)
I spend more time playing outside!
1% (13 votes)
I do more meditation, yoga, or deep breathing to keep me centered.
3% (32 votes)
I like spending time with friends. It helps me relax!
3% (33 votes)
April 26, 2013
Dark leafy greens are a great source of nutrients. Which do you prefer?
Bok choy — because it gives me the "full" alphabet in vitamins (A, C, D, and K).
81% (1490 votes)
Broccoli — because it looks like a little tree.
8% (139 votes)
Collard greens — because they remind me of my grandma's cooking.
1% (23 votes)
Kale — because I have a crush on the farmer at my neighborhood green market.
2% (38 votes)
Spinach — because it's super easy to cook deliciously with garlic and olive oil.
8% (140 votes)
April 12, 2013
Have you ever gone to therapy/counseling or received other mental health care?
Yes, I’m currently going.
77% (998 votes)
Yes, I received care in the past.
13% (172 votes)
Not yet, but I’m thinking about going.
3% (39 votes)
No, but if I ever needed help, I would try to get it.
6% (79 votes)
March 29, 2013
Spring is here! What excites you the most?
April showers and May flowers — I love how everything blooms in the spring.
60% (145 votes)
That summer is right around the corner.
12% (29 votes)
Longer days = More sunshine.
17% (40 votes)
Arugula, asparagus, and ramps, oh my! The season for NY fruits and veggies begins.
2% (6 votes)
Spring means that I'm that much closer to the end of another academic year.
9% (21 votes)