Since I will be returning to university tomorrow, I thought the best way to kick off this new semester was to establish myself goals for the next four months.
These last couple of weeks have been CRAZY. Not only was it finals week, but I had the entire month jampacked with work, papers to hand in, exams to study for and team meetings for class projects. Needless to say that I didn’t have much extra time on my hands!
But now, I can officially say that I’ve survived my first semester at uni! I’m so glad to finally have a little time to relax (two weeks is really too short) and think about something else. Since I’m not working that much and don’t have that many parties to attend during the holidays, I will have plenty of time to sleep, read, binge watch my favorite TV shows on Netflix and, of course, blog!
Since my first semester is now over, I thought of doing a small recap of the things I did wrong and right as a university student! View Post
I attended my very first college party a few weeks ago. Since then, I attended a second, which reflects more on the whole “college party” experience.
This is why I thought that today I would share with you guys how university parties are like on my campus + how you can survive your first college party! View Post
For most of us, school has already started. I am curious by nature, and What’s in My Bag? posts and videos are always something I enjoy watching/reading.
This is why I today I decided to do a school edition and share with you what I carry every day in my school bag! View Post
First all, I would like to apologize for going M.I.A this week. But as you may know, I started university this year.
I am a freshman in communications at the University of Sherbrooke, in Quebec. I was a bit scared of what was ahead of me, but I was excited for this new adventure to begin. So now I’m doing a quick recap of what this first week at university was like for me!
First off, you might want to know that I am a commuter. So that means that I don’t live in the dorms on campus or in an apartment since my house is pretty close to where my classes are held.
Second, you need to know that my classes are in French. I live in a French-speaking province and therefore, most universities and colleges offer classes in French only.
My schedule is also a bit different from what takes place in the States. I have three-hour classes and only five classes a week.
Now that you are fully aware of my situation, let’s get into this recap! View Post