The freedom that came with complete control over my clothing was, and is still, something I find to be extremely empowering. You get to make yourself feel whatever you want to feel. Relinquishing control this week was thereby a rather scary thing, and not something I’d recommend unless you fully trust your “stylist”.
Scrolling through my Facebook timeline back in 2015, I came across a newly published article from the New York Times’ (NYT) “Modern Love” column titled, “To Fall In Love with Anyone Do This.” Being the still very awkward teenager that I was, of course I wanted to know how to make someone fall in love with me! The cute boy I always saw on the bus? He could be mine. Christian Bale? We’d have a June wedding. NYT was going to help me achieve my ride into the sunset, according to my 18 year old self.
It’s 9:00 PM on a Thursday and you are diligently working away on an essay you conveniently left to the last minute, again. You can already hear the contagious laughter coming from your neighbour’s house, and your wall shaking with the sound of Billboard’s top 40 pop songs. You become distracted by the bass and instinctively hum along to “Havana, ooh-na-na” while scrolling through your Instagram feed.
Imagine: your mom calls you into her office and shows you a brand new inaugural program offered for the following school year with Blyth Academy where you travel for 8 months September-May, earning your Grade 11 or 12 high school credits.
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Perfect for taking the bus, relaxing or just plain learning, podcasts are slowly taking over and changing our lifestyle. It is changing how we interact with some of the most important discussions happening around issues and topics that frequent the news cycle. Here’s a list of some of the best podcasts you can (should) listen to in 2018.
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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.