Fun Hikes in Thunder Bay, Ontario
A visual journey through hikes in and around Thunder Bay, Ontario.
How I Graduated University Debt-Free (and you can, too)
I’m one of the lucky ones – after six years of university and an average yearly tuition of $7, 149 (total of $42, 894), I have graduated from my education without debt. In fact, I saved enough money to buy a car and put money into a Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) and Tax-Free Savings…
The Constant Evaluation of Self
These days, I tend to write all my blog posts at once and schedule them to publish daily Monday through Thursday. It’s a model that works, though it also means that I’m writing in advance of certain life events. Perhaps, since I’ve written this post on a Sunday, things will look differently from a Thursday…
A Qualitative Space Cadet
Although I no longer consider myself to be deeply inured in the academic system, there are still days where I spend a lot of time thinking about the nature of research and the processes which go into interpreting and communicating the world around us. My graduate days, after all, are still relatively close behind me….
“Do or Do Not. There is No Try” – Yoda
The fateful words by Yoda seemed the most apt title for my blog entry today. It seems that in my life, I can only do, or not do; there’s really no in between. I require and exert such intense focus on whatever I’m doing, that I can’t easily span between subjects, disciplines, or modes of…