With 2017 successfully in our rear-view mirror and a brand new year ahead of us, all the resolutions come out. I’ve really never been opposed to new year’s resolutions, but there’s something that bugs me about them and it’s why I usually don’t formally commit to resolve anything. Sometimes we have this illusion that in
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Before I start listing movies, I feel like I should make a few things clear. First off, these are not by any means in a particular order (that would just be too hard). Second, do not feel limited to when you are allowed to watch these movies- they are good for all seasons! Home Alone:
When I think about the holidays, I’d like to think about a peaceful and stress-free time where no school deadlines creep up and all the Christmas shopping is done on time. Unfortunately for us students, exams run until the December 21 and majority of us are pretty much broke by the end of the term.
Lately I’ve been contemplating whether or not dropping one of my courses this semester is the best choice for me. There are a couple of reasons why this decision was difficult. I found myself constantly weighing out the pros and cons around how it would affect my chances of getting into medical school, something I’ve
Anywhere you go, whether in your own country or another, you will experience some form of a cultural shock. While living and studying in France, I came across a few basic everyday differences that I had to overcome. Although most of the cultural shocks I experienced were not necessarily difficult or unsettling to overcome, they
There’s nothing that quite says autumn like a pumpkin spice latte during a crisp and colourful evening. On that note, the fall break wouldn’t be quite as exciting if it weren’t for the turkey, stuffing, and plethora of pies that officially kick off fall break relaxation. Thanksgiving is one of my favourite times of the