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Posts Tagged ‘Stress’


College Hobbies

February 15th, 2013

College is such a busy time it’s easy to forget that you need to set aside time to relax and de-stress. Many of the students I know have hobbies for this exact reason. In the past, the only hobby I’ve had to help me de-stress was running. It is one of the best ways to […]


Busy Bee!

Busy Bee!

October 25th, 2012

Hey guys! Sorry my blogging has been seriously lacking in the past month. Remember when I said that things were going kind of slow? Since then, my life has been CrAzY! (Yes, it has been so crazy that letters of the word crazy need to be alternated between capital and lowercase to emphasize this.) Immediately […]


It’s The Little Things

It’s The Little Things

September 13th, 2012

We all know a version of the saying, “Enjoy the little things in life” or “It’s the little things that matter.” Well that could not be more true for me today. After a stressful day of classes, I walked home and dug in my backpack for my keys. This took much longer than it should […]


The Great Escape

March 23rd, 2012

I wish I could write something witty and eloquent about my week and upcoming weekend, but I just don’t have it in me. This week I had a lab practical, a lab competency and an anatomy exam. While I get a brief two hour break this afternoon, I work three 8 hour shifts at the hospital (from […]


Kitty Cat Cuteness

February 17th, 2012

This week seems to have been pretty stressful for everyone I know, myself included. Perhaps that’s because I had a lab practical, my first Foundations of Nursing exam (Fun fact: My teacher’s advice for the exam, “First, find the two right answers. Then, pick the one that is better.”), my first nursing skills competency, and a […]


The Wise Words of Gandalf the Grey

The Wise Words of Gandalf the Grey

December 16th, 2011

Around this time of year, every other status, tweet, text or overheard conversation seems to be about one thing and one thing only: finals. This blog post won’t be any different. The other night, as I was studying for my anatomy and physiology final, I experienced a moment of panic. It seemed as though the pile of information that I had to […]