If we want to look at the root cause of this automated system of service where people are losing jobs to technology, we need to look at society. The way our society has developed has allowed for this to happen. Continue reading Technology Replacing People
For those of you wondering, having a diagnosis on paper does help. It’s written proof and can set you up for any helps you need in the future (like our school’s Learning Accomodation Services). You’re not stupid for self-diagnosing, I promise. It’s often the first step to seeking proper treatment. Continue reading Self-Diagnosis Stigma
HIIT isn’t magic. It still requires time and effort, but thanks to its advantages, it provides a more time-efficient way to improve cardiovascular fitness, one that doesn’t involve endless hours spent on the treadmill or stationary bike. Continue reading Why HIIT the Gym?
And while we do seem to be a ways off from the world becoming a Mad Max-type of reality, next time you turn on the tap, remember that clean, fresh water may not be there forever. Continue reading Day Zero
As a quick refresher, the 36 Stratagems are a collection of Chinese warfare tactics, and my goal within this series is to apply them to a university setting. Continue reading The 36 Stratagems: Attack
It’s been ten days since I started writing down the changes I’ve been undergoing. No sign of improvement. These events occurred tonight exactly as I describe them. Continue reading The Man in the Mirror
“We live in a society which says we should tolerate everybody except those who don’t tolerate us.” (Dr. Gerald Krispin) Continue reading Expunging Religion
With Canada tasting gold in the 2010 Vancouver Olympics and 2014 Sochi Olympics, hockey athletes and fans alike are hoping to taste the gold once again at these Olympic games in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Continue reading En Route to Pyeongchang