9 productive things you can do when class is cancelled

Whether we like it or not, classes get cancelled. (Sometimes we call it a labour disruption when it lasts longer than one missed class due to the prof catching the flu.) I’m currently experiencing a time where half of my classes are cancelled and the other half are ongoing, but I don’t get penalized if […]

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Reading Week : 3 things that have taken up my break for the past 3 years

I’m sure I can speak for any University student (who had a rough first half of this semester & who took advantage of last week) when I say: this past break was so well needed. I spent my reading week: 1. on an annual retreat with my church’s youth, 2. catching up with good friends over coffee […]

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Make wall art for your home or future classroom in 15 minutes

I’m on Reading Week right now as a University student – which is basically March Break in February. I never really understood whether I’m supposed to be studying during this time or whether I should be resting… because some of my professors say, “Well since you have more time, here’s more work” but then there’s […]

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How to answer to your calling when so many phones are ringing #GLamour

This Valentine’s day I’m reflecting on love. But, as much as I’d like to write on the things to look for in a significant other, or on the concept of loving yourself before anybody else does, I’ve been facing an ongoing dilemma with my life for the past couple years and it’s this: What do […]

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Ohana, oh na na, half of my heart is in the diaspora

Shoutout to Camila Cabello and Lilo & Stitch for the title reference. I really hope you read it with a rhythm. P.S. “Ohana” means family. And, you know the rest. A dream my family had been praying about for years had manifested itself this past December. My mom’s whole family from the diaspora were blessed to gather […]

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Commuting VS Residence | Pros & Cons

A student asked me a really relevant and refreshing question this past month: “Should I commute and stay home with my family or should I move out when I get into university?” Shoutout to this person for giving me a really good blog idea (copy-pasting most of my response here): the pros and cons of […]

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