I love spending time with my friends. Being a student can be so stressful and time-consuming, but going out and relaxing with friends makes the hard work all worth it. They know how to pick me up when I’m down, and sometimes they even know me better than I know myself. With all that being… Continue reading It’s Not You, It’s Me
Caution, Please read with care as it may trigger some people So, roughly a year ago my sister and her friends were on their way home from a hockey game when my mom got a frantic call from my sister… her friends and her were hit by another car. On the phone, she sounded fine and didn’t… Continue reading My wost nightmare
Here are some recommendations of books for enhancing and strengthening your mental health: The Gifts of Imperfection: Let Go of Who You Think You’re Supposed to Be and Embrace Who You Are (by: Brene Brown) This novel by Brene Brown, focuses on whole-hearted living and the tools for developing worthiness, which Brown classifies these as… Continue reading Booklist
This past week I attended a Sweat Lodge put on by UOIT’s Indigenous Services. My Honours Thesis is on Aboriginal women, and therefore I thought I would go and give it a try, to put an experience to the topic I was studying. I attended with a friend of mine, and I can honestly say… Continue reading Sweating
I am not trying to toot my own horn here but I am actually the best person I know at time management. I mean I would have to be with having two jobs, school full time, being on a committee and being a peer mentor…basically if I didn’t have amazing time management skills I think… Continue reading Time Management – How Do I Do It?
Congratulations to our contest winner, Macy Mercieca! Thank you to all who participated in the contest over the last few weeks. We hope to see you on the blog again soon!
Looks like I am back… at least for a little while anyway. I’m not much into the whole trigger warning thing, and I suppose that this doesn’t quite count, but I will warn you that this post consists of me ranting. I am in the need to vent my frustration, and I think that the… Continue reading My Autistic Experience – My Greatest Challenge Yet