For most students, Zoom classes have become the new normal. While they do admittedly have a lot of advantages--among the chance to work from home (which comes in handy in the middle of a pandemic)--they can also be quite chaotic and stressful. Having attended a lot of Zoom seminars in the past months, I learned … Continue reading Study Tips: How to Survive Zoom Classes
We all know it, we've all had it: writer's block. Whether you're a blogger, a student, or an author, everyone has experienced writer’s block at some point. It's when you're staring at a blank page on your computer or notebook and feel unable to produce a single word. Your mind is literally as blank as … Continue reading How to Overcome Writer’s Block
Happy Blogaversary! I can't believe it's already been a year since I started this little blog. To celebrate this special day, I thought I'd share some of my favourite posts again. Let me know which one you liked the most! Books Between Fact and Fiction: Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale: Margaret Atwood is a fascinating … Continue reading Celebrating One Year of Blogging
Scientists are trained to invent things. Doctors are trained to save lives. Lawyers are trained to give legal advice. Accountants are trained to prepare financial records. And humanities scholars ... well, what's their role?