It has been nearly two months since I finished my final exams, and about three weeks since I crossed the stage and received my diploma. It has been almost five years since I moved into residence at UBC and embarked on my undergraduate journey. The actual "graduation" happened very quickly - I was scurried across [...]
My last post was somewhat-obnoxiously but somewhat-accurately entitled "How to Become Better", and it featured summaries of videos and podcasts that outlined strategies and theories relating to self-improvement. These were not strategies to attain such contentious goals as eating better, achieving mental peace, or weight loss; indeed, the summaries I shared were strategies to connect with external [...]
Self- and other-improvement resources from Carol Dweck and Freakonomics Radio.
A series about the ways I work towards being cognizant through decisions that make me more mentally engaged with various facets of my day-to-day life. Cognizance (noun): Awareness, realization, notice, knowledge, perception. --- It's that time of year for university students: The hunt for The Summer Job. Or, even more daunting, the hunt for The [...]
Reading Week is a magical time where students have the chance to catch up on readings, catch up on sleep, and/or go off and do something that breaks up the ol' routine. We elected to do the latter. To visit family and friends who are on the other side of the country, we planned a [...]
If you haven't already heard me talk about Photojojo, you haven't seen me struggle to articulate my love for a website.I believe that if Photojojo was a single person, we would be best friends. However, Photojojo is a culmination of a multitude of different people from across the US (and maybe a few in Canada [...]
I consider myself a somewhat indecisive individual.Many people that know me on a moderate to intimate level would also consider me somewhat indecisive.Individuals who don't know me at all, but who are in positions where they are asking me to make a decision (anyone asking for my food order) would probably consider me fairly anxious [...]