This Sums Up Our Relationship With Food During College

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College days are the perfect time to go ‘Que Sera Sera’, a beautiful phase for crazy experiences and basically, to discover you. It’s also the time when you develop a brand new relationship with food, especially if you move out of your parents’ home.

    1. You “rediscover” food.

2. Eating healthy? What’s that?

3. Any party with free food becomes the best thing ever!

4. Your metabolism rate is kickass and you sure know how to make the best of it.

5. Lazy days or not, you get used to eating anything edible.

6. If you ever have the time to cook a proper meal, you turn it into a mini-celebration.

7. And you won’t stop feeling proud of it.

8. Your attendance for any meeting, conference, or college activity depends on one major possibility.

9. #Biggestlearning: From bad grades to bad relationships, chocolates fix everything.

10. Sometimes, you miss your mom’s cooking (okay, A LOT of times).

11. And whenever you do get a chance to savor home-cooked food, it gives you transcendental pleasure.

12. You perfected the sprint to the food counter, especially after long, boring lectures.

13. You take your love for junk food to a whole new level.

14. However, from time to time you do realize the fault of your ways.

15. And eventually, reality sets in.

16. But, not for too long.

What are/were the crazy food habits you picked up in college? 😉 Tell us in the comments below!



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Aparna Ghildiyal
I’m a true blue gypsy at heart. YES is my buzzword. Planning a travel adventure? You can always count me in. Treat me to good food, and you can be my friend forever. Fashion has been my guilty pleasure ever since I was a little girl who loved poring over the sparkling jewels and opulent gowns of Disney princesses. Keeping fit and showing love to my body is what keeps me feeling good. I LOVE those looooong discussions and stimulating experiences concerning spirituality, religion, and things beyond – the explorer in me is forever fascinated by these. A neuroscientist-turned-writer-turned-online marketer, my little 5-year-old career has seen me wearing multiple hats. In my world, there are no rules chiefly because I ain’t got no motivation to make or break ‘em.

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