Some Form of Statistical Evidence
According to a survey of 7,095 graduate and undergraduate students, only 9% of them live alone (with 18% of graduate students living alone).
So when I say “I live alone”, this is what I imagine people start thinking:
- I guess she doesn’t have friends to room with.
- It cost so much to live alone.
- I bet she’s lonely a lot.
(P.S. I’m an undergraduate in college.)
For some reason, there’s a cloud of social stigma around living alone in college. Continue reading →
I am a procrastinator (as are my fellow people of the world).
A few years back, I read an article on positive procrastination, or the idea of structuring and manipulating your procrastination to get things done. I think it’s a fairly accurate study on the art of procrastination, but I’ve actually put off putting it into use, so if anyone has any tips on that…
Four months ago, two of my friends and I discussed driving to California for a 3-5 day trip. Then the plan became driving to Florida for a weekend trip. So, naturally, only two of us ended up driving to Corpus Christi for a day trip, where it was too cold to get in the water, and we sat on the sand brainstorming that sometime possibly maybe hopefully, we could go beach camping. Continue reading →
Two days ago, a friend told me about cold shower therapy.
Cold shower therapy
Cold sho·wer ther·a·py
1. The act of taking one 5-minute (minimum) cold shower each day for 30 days to better oneself in getting comfortable with the uncomfortable.
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