Lifestyle Archive: 2015

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The struggles of large breasts in an itty-bitty world

Growing up, Judy Blume was my childhood hero. I used to walk around my house chanting, “I must, I must, I must increase my bust”, like a character in one of her books. It was only when I got older and finally acquired a bust of my own that I realized the burden of big boobs.Continue...

Transforming your room into a homey retreat

Here are five easy tricks to elevate your room into a homey getaway.Continue...

As Mulcair steps right, Trudeau steers left

Challenging the status quo of being Canada’s left, NDP leader Thomas Mulcair looks as though he’s shaping his party to be a more centrist option for voters in the 2015 federal election.

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A cheesy love affair

No relationship has been more fulfilling and reliable in my life than that between myself and a good slice of pizza.Continue...

Bring Elon Musk, Kimbal Musk and Mike Serbinis to Queen's

Today, the founders of Tesla, Kobo and Paypal are leaders in business and technology. But not long ago, they roamed the halls of Queen’s together.Continue...

Roommates: horror stories and sweet tales

When it comes to freshmen roommates, the choices are limited; it can be a complete nightmare or absolute bliss.Continue...

Two girls, two backpacks, one continent

After my exchange in Paris, I couldn’t resist exploring the rest of Europe — just me, my 30-pound backpack and best friend.Continue...

A splash of colour to your wardrobe

If you’re anything like me, your wardrobe looks like 50 shades of grey — I’m talking black, white and everything in between.Continue...

Homecoming from Nepal

For as long as I can remember, Nepal was “overdue” for another great earthquake.Continue...

A walk to remember

Twenty-six years after its first frightful stroll, Kingston Pride is still taking strides to raise awareness.Continue...

Filtered to perfection

When I first got Tinder, a friend gave me some advice to help me master the art. She said I need: “A party photo to look cool, a travel photo to look interesting and a selfie to look hot, obviously.” Obviously.Continue...

Don't sweat it

While the beginning of summer promises the latest style trends, grabbing drinks with old friends and taking frequent vacations to the cottage, it also promises the one thing we all loathe: sweat.Continue...

The balancing act of self-love and healthy living

When it comes to body image, we’re told to either embrace our curves or shave off a couple of pounds to reach our health goals. While it’s hard to commit to one movement, I found a happy medium between both: practicing self-love while leading a healthy lifestyle.Continue...

A great Canadian playlist

Canada has produced some of the most iconic musicians, including Neil Young, Stan Rogers, the Guess Who and even Drake. With the nation’s 148th birthday tomorrow, there’s no better way to celebrate than by blasting some of the best songs from Canada’s long list of talented musicians.Continue...

The bare-bones of England

I spent my first year at Herstmonceux Castle staring wide-eyed at everything around me.Continue...

Perusing Peru with MEDLIFE

After weeks of planning and watching past MEDLIFE chapter videos of volunteers gushing about their experiences, my trip to Cusco, Peru had finally arrived.Continue...

On the job hunt

In a perfect world, post-exam season should leave students rehabilitating. Instead, we’re swapping essays for resumes, lectures for interviews and school for an office.Continue...

Five ways to stay active in the city

For many students, the summertime is when we’re not chained to a desk in Stauffer and can get outside to be a bit more active.Continue...

Keep hydrated this summer

Summer is just around the corner, which means that patio drink season is upon us.Continue...

From Bruce to Caitlyn

Feeling comfortable in one’s own mind and body is something that many students face, but for some, the issue goes father than skin deep.Continue...

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