Lately, I’ve been listening to podcasts and I’ve been absolutely loving it. I started because I noticed that I haven’t had the time to actually sit down and read, but I missed that feeling of me learning for fun. I’m glad that I was able to reclaim this feeling by listening through podcasts. Today, I’m sharing my favorites with you. Dear Premed, With Mary Tate I love this one because it not only gives practical advice for premed students, but it gives…

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So I just finished the second week of my third year of college and to be honest, I’m already overwhelmed. Just like high school, Junior year of college has already proven itself to be the hardest of the four. Based on the past two weeks, I can already see that I won’t have time for slacking off. I’ve been trying to get most of my work done during the week so that I can use the weekends solely for rest. Okay,…

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So we have about 3 more weeks before school starts. I’m ready, but I’m not, you know? I’ve been doing a mix of being lazy while it’s still acceptable and doing small things get myself motivated to hit the books. These small things make me feel like I’m getting my life together, slowly but surely. If you worked over the Summer, getting motivated for the semester may be hard, but you got to do what you got to do, right?…

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I finally got to see Beyoncé! After years of admiring her work, I was fortunate enough to witness it for myself. That is until things started to go left. When my friend and I bought the tickets, we figured the concert would be over well before 11 PM, so we went ahead and decided that we’d take the Megabus to get there. Girl, what a terrible mistake that was. The stadium was about 25 minutes from the Union Station and…

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  I did something a little unusual this Summer– served as an English teacher for a non-profit’s Summer Academy. It is the hardest thing I’ve ever had to do, and if anybody were to ask me if I’d do it again, I’d probably say no. There are several reasons for this, but the main one being that some of the kids needed more support than I was trained to give. A few of my students needed extra assistance in the classroom,…

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