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Inevitably Sick

Based on my previous responses that I wrote about stress (here: http://www.collegetips.com/blog/gloriosity/my-stressors-1387 and here: http://www.collegetips.com/blog/gloriosity/stressed-symptoms-1391), I was bound to get sick one way or the other. Being sick is the worst; not to mention,  colds and flus have a funny way of hitting you right in the middle of midterms (or even worse – finals), […]

Stressed Symptoms

I get head-aches, my heart starts being faster, and I weirdly feel extremely hungry every time I think of all of my homework. To relieve my stress symptoms, I look for ways to distract myself instead of focusing on what I need to do. I find it ironic that the solution to my stress is […]

My Stressors

My most frequent stressor these days has been the different deadlines that I have had to meet for school. Even though my calendar does not say that I have assignments due every day, it feels like I do. I do not feel like I ever have a day to myself. It has been the center […]

One Last True Necessity

Heyllooo everyone! So as the title obviously states, I just got my first pair of Hunter rainboots ever! I really needed them for the upcoming weather I would be experiencing up in Seattle, as Fall and Winter are quickly approaching. I am honestly super happy with my purchase of one pair of rainboots and one […]

Friends?

When I decided to attend a college that was eight hours away from home, I knew I was leaving behind a social life that  I had developed for fourteen years of my life(My family moved when I was four). All of the friends and relationships I formed would be left in Pennsylvania, and I would […]

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