Almost a year after graduation, what have I learned? A lot, and I'm going to share it all with you
Here were my key takeaways from iMedia Social Media Conference 2018.
There are a few tactics I need to use every once in a while to make sure the "bad" doesn't overshadow the good.
I've wanted to visit Greece for as along as I can remember, and this summer I was lucky to have the chance to explore both Athens and Santorini!
Europe is one of the most amazing places I've visited in my lifetime. Here are a few places that have left a big impression on me.
If you know me well enough, you probably know that hair is the one thing that I actually put time and effort into. I've never been a make-up fanatic, or really a clothes or accessories fanatic for that matter, but hair is something I've always loved, and it's most likely because both of my parents [...]
Through a survey, we recently discovered that 49% of students feel unqualified for a job in their field. It’s called Imposter Syndrome. And in fact, a staggering 70% of Millennials have experienced it. I was one of them. Never heard this term before? It’s a concept that describes individuals who have an inability to internalize their accomplishments. They have a [...]
According to a Canadian study, almost 90 per cent of students stated that they felt overwhelmed with what they were expected to do during a school year, and 50 per cent said they felt hopeless. The mental toll that university takes is a reality for many, including myself. I distinctly remember standing up and walking [...]
The road to success is long and filled with obstacles, but the end-goal and final destination never came to anyone without hardships and a whole lot of work. I was never the type of person to go along with life and let it steer me in the direction it wanted me to take me. I [...]
School is an important instrument that helps propel students into the workplace. It teaches you the basics of your field and how to navigate the “real-world.” Or at least, that’s what you were told. Most students think that once they’re finished their four-year-degree, the education stops. They’re done with learning and all the expensive textbooks [...]