September is here and our 2017 grads are experiencing life outside of schooling, while missing parts of campus life.
As we head into September and school starting up again, we asked our 2017 grads to look back on their first days of college, and what they know now that they wish they knew then.
Job hunting can be a daunting task. If you’re already employed, it’s easier to be picky, and wait for jobs that check off all the must-haves on your list. If you’re unemployed, sometimes beggars can’t be choosers. I recently made the decision to change companies, and I was reminded of some things along the way. Continue Reading
I had been talking about moving back to Vancouver for a while. However, something always came up. A thing no one tells you about moving is that whenever you want to move to a new place, everything starts to fall into place where you are. Things get better than they have ever been, and it becomes almost impossible to leave. Continue Reading
If someone would have told me a few years ago that today I would be writing about a healthy lifestyle, I’d probably laugh. It’s not because I found the idea of being healthy funny, in fact it’s been a goal of mine for almost my whole life.
For years I struggled with my weight and my health. I was a picky eater growing up, so I didn’t exactly want to eat the most nutritious food. I also had asthma as a kid, which made certain activities and sports difficult to participate in. Because of this, I was a chubby girl, even into my university/college years.
I had gone on diets and workout streaks in the past, but nothing ever seemed to stick. I tended to give up too easily, and every time I gave up, it just led to me putting on more weight. One day last year I weighed in at the highest weight I had ever been in my life, and it terrified me. Continue Reading