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.
*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.
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.
Living in residence is an amazing experience, but many residences don’t have access to kitchens. At Glendon, if you have dietary restrictions you can request access to a kitchen, but you can definitely make your own food without a kitchen. (Look out for my blog post next week on student cooking with kitchen access!).