Hey everyone! Before summer school started, I was feeling a little bored at home sometimes since it can seem like there’s not much to do. In this post, I wanted to share some of the fun activities that I did…
Working from Home: Keeping Myself Busy
Since in-person classes have been cancelled and social distancing is really important at this time, I’ve been staying home every day. Of course, this is very new to me, so I thought I would share how I keep myself busy…
Want to volunteer? Try Blue Crew!
Last year I was a part of Blue Crew, a volunteer community of the University of Toronto Student Union. If you are new to Toronto, are in first year, or would love to learn more about U of T campus…
What You Should Know About Nutrition (According to a Nutritionist)
This week, I spoke to Eric Williamson, a nutritionist, to find out what we should be eating to optimize our health and boost immunity. Along the way, I poke at all the bears: vitamin supplements (are they necessary??), weird diets and the mysterious transformation in which foods that are Very Bad For You become superfoods.
Going Running at the Athletic Centre
In which I realize running with friend beats running alone, even if they can run much faster for much longer than you can.
Staying Healthy During Flu Season
In university, it almost seems like the “flu season” is really the just the school season. Everywhere I go, I hear people around me coughing and sneezing. Normally, I don’t mind too much, but when it gets close to midterm…
Fit Mix is the right mix
In which I find out what a fit mix is, and enjoy myself more than I believed possible.
MoveU’s Got a Break for your Brain
The stakes were high. There were free things to be obtained.
Staying Active as a Student: How You Can Do It
Last week, I conducted a thorough interrogation friendly interview of four first-year students who’ve managed to make time for physical activity alongside academics. I noticed that all four of them had stuff in common, stuff that could potentially help anyone…
How We Do It: Staying Active As Students
I interrogate (I mean, interview) some fellow first-years about how they’re staying active while staying on top of academics.