Dreams, Teaching and the Future

Graduations are happening, and they're giving me this super hopeful and excited view for the future, even though I still have two years left of my undergrad to go plus two years of masters (or BEd). I even made my schedule today, and I can't believe of how much I focus on my future, and … Continue reading Dreams, Teaching and the Future

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C’est Pas si Mal que Vous Pensiez

Bonjour tout le monde! Encore une fois j'ai décidé d'écrire en français, je me souhaite bonne chance. J'espère que ma prof de grammaire va voir celui -ci (haha peut-être elle peut revoir mes notes en cours). Je vois sur twitter et sur instagram que presque tous vous avez fini vos examens! C'est temps pour fêter maintenant … Continue reading C’est Pas si Mal que Vous Pensiez

Drop it like its hot: The pros and cons of dropping a University course

"Am I a failure?" I cried to myself Tuesday after reflecting back on the mark I received on my International Relations midterm exam? I mean, I've never done this bad ever on an exam, and the astounding part about it was that I've never studied so hard in my life! I quizzed myself, wrote out … Continue reading Drop it like its hot: The pros and cons of dropping a University course

Crying on the floor and midnight pizza: My first nervous breakdown

We've all seen this right? Well friends, this is exactly what I felt yesterday. After a weekend and hours on end of studying international relations, yesterday I found myself in a crying/coughing fit on the floor because of how nervous I was for this exam. Maybe it was also pms, but this compilation was not … Continue reading Crying on the floor and midnight pizza: My first nervous breakdown