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THRIVE Fitness + Lifestyle

Ever been to a class, and felt completely ignored the entire time? Yep, we hate that too. That's why it doesn't happen at Thrive. We specialize in small group classes because we believe you're worth our full attention. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ .⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ .⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ .⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ .⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 💪 #OurUCDavis

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UC Davis Love Lab

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First, let’s just go ahead and admit that long-distance relationships can be tough! That’s true even without having to balance class and other responsibilities while in college, but add those to the mix and it is definitely difficult to keep it all together. Last week, of you responded to our story poll about LDRs, and 66 (30%) said you were in one. Many of you also shared tips for making it easier to handle (thanks!), and here is the breakdown of what you told us: 1. Commit to scheduling time to be together. If y’all are busy with classes, then this avoids a lot of missed calls, delayed responses and misunderstandings. You can’t be everywhere at once — nor can you be everything to everybody — so put some time aside each day to FaceTime or talk. 2. Watch the same movies and/or read the same books. This gives you all something special to do together, and let’s you share a common experience — which can be important as you all experience new things independently for the first time. 3. Don’t sweat the small stuff. Feel what you feel because all feelings are valid, but also know that feelings are not facts. Don’t out when you don’t get a text back super quickly or you get brief responses in return — people are busy! The last thing you all need is an unnecessary argument due to a misunderstanding. Be cool 😎 4. Find creative ways to show appreciation for and affection toward one another. This might involve sending one another simple surprise gifts online, buying one another dinner with a takeout delivery app, or even sending handwritten letters. 5. Give one another space. This kind of goes along with on this list, but nobody wants extra pressure and stress. Respect your partner(s) enough to give them freedom to explore and be independent. This is not a tip, per se, but finally... it’s okay if it doesn’t work out. Relationships may come and go, but know that you will still be amazing and deserving of love regardless! ❤️ Anything else? Tell us in the comments!

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UC Davis

DYK that we're one of the top bicycle friendly university campuses in the nation - earning -level status from the League of American Bicyclists? It's true! 🌳_🏫__🌳__🚴🏾‍♀️__🚴🏼‍♂️______ So if you're this fall - or just need a quick refresher - check out our Instagram story today for a quick review of the Rules of the Road when biking on campus. #📷: Gregory Urquiaga | UC Davis Principal Photographer #ourUCDavis . . . . #🚲 #🚴 https://taps.ucdavis.edu/bicycle/education

Giving a big welcome to our College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences students this week! . . . 📷: @victorious_lo_ @ucdaviscaes #OurUCDavis

UC Davis Arboretum

Here is the first of the two animals we'll be featuring here -- Monte! A 3-month-old kitty who loves cuddles, playtime, and adventure. He was found in a box off the side of the highway near Davis, riddled with respiratory infection and suffering from heat exhaustion & dehydration (temps that day were in the mid-100s). Also, his eye had exploded! It ultimately fell to @katevetrgates to remove it during a rotation through Community Surgery @ucdavisvetmed, and he was so charming during pre- and post-op care that we couldn't resist adopting him. His name is short for Markov Chain Monte Carlo, after a lengthy and seemingly memory-less exploration of our apartment the day we brought him home. He also likes to climb, and we hope to eventually take him up many mountains in the years to come. He's very loving, and will start purring and roll over the second he is touched. Here he is on one of his first walks outside -- a bit impulsive when it comes to off-trail detours, but improving fast! • • • • • #ourUCDavis

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