Monthly Archives: October 2017
You DO Have Time!
I am always talking about how I ‘don’t have time’ to do all of the things that I want to do. ‘There aren’t enough hours in the day!’ I often complain. Yes, I’m a member of the cult of doing-too-much, and that’s something that I’m trying to address, but I’m also starting to change my […]
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Your Guide to SWOTVAC
SWOTVAC is upon us and exams are almost here. Here’s a resource guide that includes all the posts we’ve written about studying for your exams:
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Just the other day, I went past Grassroots in the Hub and saw that they have a wall of mugs to drink your coffee in! Of course, it’s hardly unheard of for a café to provide patrons with crockery. However, we’ve all become accustomed to food in the Hub being prepared in convenient packages. Heck, when I first saw the […]
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Me and My Consumer Mindset
This week, I’ve written an article about spring cleaning your wardrobe. As I’ve been writing this article, I’ve become aware of how much of a consumer I am. Why do I buy so many clothes each year that I need to do a yearly clothing cleanse? I haven’t fluctuated much in size since reaching adulthood, […]
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Summer is Coming
We’ve had some scorchingly hot weather recently, even though it’s still meant to be spring. I was caught totally by surprise by a gorgeous 29 degree day; unfortunately, I was wearing jeans and a hoodie, so I was a little less ‘yay’ and a little more ‘why is this happening to me?’. Summer means going to […]
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Spring Cleaning: The Wardrobe Cleanse
I’m unsure how many people actually ‘spring clean’, as it seems like an overly optimistic idea. The idea of spending my limited not-too-hot-not-too-cold spring days inside, cleaning, doesn’t sound nearly as appealing as having a picnic outside. What sounds more appealing: sitting in the dappled shade of an elm tree sipping on apple cider, or […]
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Review – OtherLife (2017)
In a time where we have such ready access to the Internet, it’s easy to go months and even years without consuming Australian-made content. With so much premium content at our fingertips from Britain, the USA, and beyond, where do you find the time to watch anything Aussie-made that isn’t a news show or on the […]
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True Crime Podcasts
True crime stories have made a real comeback. You’ve probably heard of Making a Murderer, a documentary series on Netflix that investigates the circumstances under which an American man spent 18 years in jail after a wrongful conviction. Although I haven’t yet watched Making a Murderer, I have seen docu-series on Netflix called The Keepers, which follows the murder of a […]
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I’m an Adult Child of Divorce and It Sucks
This article is a little bit personal, and not something that I’ve shared with strangers before, so stick with me.
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It’s Week 12? Already?
Ugh, it’s that time again. Week 12. All of your final assignments are due, exams are coming up, and you’re feeling overwhelmed. In Week 7, Fi stressed the importance of catching up on things (including sleep) over the break. In the same week, I gave some (hopefully) helpful tips on getting back on top of […]
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