Throwback to my first year, wobbling around with my oversized Roots backpack, stepping foot on campus in total awe of all the adventures yet to come – a ball of nerves and excitement wrapped into one. I remember Frosh week and Clubfest as clear as day. I was a curious and energetic soul ready to
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The process in which new behaviours become automatic is known as habit formation. Yes, I’m fully aware how hard it is to break an old habit and also how much effort it takes to formulate a new one. I also know how frustrating this process can be. AND in fact, I also don’t blame you,
It’s a tough time of year for everyone, or at least I’ll speak for myself… I’m stuck in a tornado of deadlines and commitments and honestly, exhausted. “Three more weeks left,” I keep telling myself as motivation. Why does everything seem so long and tedious around this time of year? What I’ve learned most about
As it is wellness Wednesday and halfway through March (can you believe how much time has passed by already!?), I think it’s time for some introspection. To start us off, here is a poem I found by Margaret J. Wheatley entitled “Illusion.” “Too much of our action is really reaction. Such doing does not flow
If you’re back in school and need a good motivator, view this. I have listened to so many motivational speeches, but this one really got me. Shonda Rimes, the director and writer behind Grey’s Anatomy, Scandal, and How to Get Away with Murder speaks about the challenges and happiness that has given her life meaning.