I realised today that I have one week left of my undergraduate degree. 4.5 years later, and I just have two classes left and I’m finished. It’s a weird thought. To think for the last five years I’ve cruised through uni, with days off and late starts, living the best life a 20 something probably … More 5 Stages of Graduating
I woke up today, telling myself yet again I really should sit down and write a blog post. There is so much I have been wanting to put into words, but I’ve just kept making up excuses. Too busy hunting for grad jobs, too busy finding new shows on Netflix to watch (seriously tho, any … More What’s changed?
I’ve tried to write something about the new year for the last few days, but every time I sit down at my laptop no words come to mind. There is always so much hype about a new year, but why? Why do wed get so fixated on the idea of starting the year off right? … More Where’s the new in New Years?
I don’t really know where to start this story, as there are a million and one thoughts floating through my head that I want to put into words, I just don’t know how. I’ve started a summer internship that has exceeded all my expectations, simultaneously I’ve moved to Sydney and I’m absolutely loving it. On … More The Next Adventure
What is it really like to be finishing a degree? Wouldn’t you like to know. I’d be happy to share but I’m living off three cups of coffee, four hours of sleep and it’s only 10am… Ah exam period, my least favourite season of the year. Seriously, I fail to leave my house and when … More Will I actually graduate?
Let’s talk about modern dating. I was having an in depth conversation with my friend this morning about how dating habits have changed drastically from high school to uni, and I think it’s time for a bit of a rant. Back in high school, the concept of dating was so pure and innocent. Either people … More Modern Dating
“And will you succeed? Yes! You will, indeed! 98 and 3/4 percent guaranteed” – Dr Seuss I have a good friend who has recently brought this little poem by good old Dr Seuss back into my life, and it’s come at a very good time. If you haven’t read ‘Oh the places you’ll go’ then … More Oh the places you’ll go
Yesterday I turned 22, which means not only did I blast ’22’ by pop princess T Swiz all day long, but it also means I can no longer pass as a child. Wtf. 22 is a very old sounding age and I’m not sure how I feel about it. I’m really not keen on being … More 5 things I learnt at 21
I always wondered what it would feel like coming back to Toronto after exchange, coming on a holiday as opposed to living in Canada for an extended period of time. Honestly I wasn’t even excited, I was more terrified to visit, thinking I wouldn’t love this city as much as I had the first time … More Toronto 2.0
Every time a new year comes around I always reflect on the year that’s passed, and promise myself the new year to come will be better than ever. This belief usually lasts a month or two, and then everyday life comes back into play and the perfect year I had envisioned quickly disappears. Now that … More Out with the Old