#OneWord365: Continue

The end of 2016 is approaching. Memes are everywhere with people ranting about how horrible a year 2016 was, and yeah there have been a lot of upsetting and even terrifying events this year, but in spite of the often unsettling political changes, I personally have had an amazing year.

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Québec City

*Avant de commencer cette pièce, je voudrais dire que le français n’est pas ma langue maternelle, alors bien que j’étudie et travaille en français et en anglais, il y a probablement plusieurs erreurs. Mais, la seule façon d’améliorer une autre langue est de l’utiliser! Merci!

Joyeux Noël à tous!

J’ai écrit ce billet pendant cette semaine, mais il est plus court que d’habitude parce que je passe ce temps de vacances avec ma famille.

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Student Cooking: Kitchen Edition

You thought cooking in residence without a kitchen took skill? Well cooking with a kitchen requires something a lot more difficult: commitment. It’s a time commitment, it’s a commitment to your own health, and it’s a commitment to your budget. In residence, if you don’t have time at the last minute to cook, you can walk to the cafeteria. When you live off-campus, it’s true you can order take out, but your wallet will definitely feel the pain, and it takes time.

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