The cottage I know and love is no longer a constant. Rather, it’s a maybe. Continue reading How A Cottage Is More Than Just A Summer Home
It’s time to stop assuming we all want the same things. Continue reading Should We Care About Dating in College?
Welp. We’re in the midst of exam season, April is coming to an end, and many of us are graduating. We’re feeling that exam and paper crunch time whilst also dealing with the questions about what you’re going to do next year. Continue reading A Job & A Dog
My eating disorder was always striving to find that perfect definition of health. Continue reading What Health Means To Me
“If you could have dinner with anyone living or dead who would it be?” Continue reading Can 36 Questions Actually Make You Fall in Love? One Writer Investigates
FOMO is an anxiety grounded by the jealousy of the fun and experience we think everyone is having. Continue reading The Problem with FOMO
BY ALEX COOK ONLINE CONTRIBUTOR 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. I couldn’t believe … Continue reading What Travelling the World at 17 Taught Me
BY ALEX STRACHAN ONLINE CONTRIBUTOR 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. For the sake of being the most recognizable I’ll mention the Netflix documentary that inspired … Continue reading Minimalism as a Millenial
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? Continue reading What it’s Like to be the Sober Friend
The idea of anti-depressants is a tough pill for many to swallow (pun intended), but it’s one that so many require in order to get out of bed or simply enjoy the small things again. I am one of these people. Continue reading Anti-Depressants: Tips to Taking Pharmaceutical Happy Pills and my own Experiences
On the outside I look fine. But that’s the tricky thing about Anorexia, and mental illness in general- you can be fully functioning and pretend you’re fine even when you’re a mess (hot mess, but I digress). Continue reading When Anorexia Comes To Your Lecture With You
Illustrations by Amber Vittoria for Man Repeller BY SERENE NEKOUI ONLINE CONTRIBUTOR My values and ethics were shaped by the teachings and traditions of the Baha’i faith. Through organized religion, my moral construct was effortlessly guided, as I was constantly reminded by the virtues a member of … Continue reading How are Millenials Viewing Religion?