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I wish I knew how many books have come across my eyes but I’m rounding it in to about 250. In comparison, when I think of all the books English professors at Queen’s have probably read, my 250 pales in comparison.
I don’t think I’m the only one who’s been intrigued by the wave of minimalism that seems to be taking over Netflix documentaries, lifestyle magazines, even interior decorating styles.
I can remember growing up during the 2000’s and discovering Hip-Hop. At the time, an enormous portion of the songs I was listening to did not utilize tangible musical instruments to achieve the instrumental aspects of the songs. Instead, songs I was exposed to relied solely on digital music programs to simulate a full sound. Because of this, some people (myself included) fell into a narrow minded trap that a song isn’t really a song if it was conceived on a laptop.
Inspiring and insightful, The Confidence Code is a powerful narrative that goes to the roots of where confidence stems from and suggests strategies to build your own.
I somehow found myself on Amazon, clicking on a thumbnail of a black headband going for $6.99. I hesitated for a minute. Would I ever actually wear it? Would it ever pass as non-ironic? Would I find a way to not look like Blair Waldorf in the process?
Whether you’re hanging with your partner, kicking with the gang, or treating yourself to some much needed R&R, there is a Valentine’s Day song for you!
It’s close to midnight and you scan the room, watching your friends drink away the stress of the past week. That’s what Friday nights are for, right?
There are two types of people when it comes to shopping: those who believe you get what you pay for and those who believe that it’s smarter to buy multiple items for the price of one overpriced item.