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Honeycomb Hideout: Welcome

Welcome to the Honeycomb Hideout. As cliché as that name sounds, I have my reasons for choosing it. It first goes along with our university’s mascot, Eubie the Bee; second, it’s the weekly advice column of publication called The Sting; and lastly, the name was thrown out there by my mother the person who gives me the best advice to be trickled down […]

Honeycomb Hideout: Flowers, Chocolates, Pandemics, and Situationships

Welcome back to the Honeycomb Hideout!  I know it’s been awhile but between holidays and the end of the world I was a little preoccupied. However I am back and better than ever (or at least my false sense of confidence allows me to believe that).  I feel like I picked the best time because […]

Honeycomb Hideout: Handling Friends While Social Distancing

Dear Honeycomb Hideout, I have been dodging my friends almost all pandemic. It’s nothing personal but watching their Instagram stories they’re constantly out in public without masks, and I’ve been trying to take social distancing seriously.  Any advice on how to handle this? Sincerely, Six Feet Please.  In short and simple terms, just tell them no because there are two cardinal rules […]

Honeycomb Hideout: Losing a Relative Who Wasn’t Close to You

Dear Honeycomb Hideout, I recently lost a relative that I wasn’t very close to. I’m having difficulty grieving like the rest of my family and it makes me feel like the black sheep of my family. Is there something wrong with me?  Sincerely,  Not Sad But Not Sorry Dear Not Sad But Sorry,  First, I […]

Honeycomb Hideout: Balancing School, Work, Life, and Everything Between

Dear Honeycomb Hideout, School has started and I’m so stressed out. Everything seems to be piling up on top of me and all I want to do is climb back in bed and throw the covers over my head. I’m struggling to adjust to everything from online school, work, and personal time for myself, and […]