Lifestyle Archive: 2016

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Apps for the oddball

You may have trouble explaining why you have some apps on your phone.Continue...

One-pan sole and asparagus

After Thanksgiving eats and HOCO treats, it’s time for some serious detoxification.Continue...

Quick advice on how to stay safe this Homecoming

When you go #Loco4Hoco this year, stay safe and make your weekend the best it can be.Continue...

Stop hitting the snooze button

The average human will sleep for one third of their lifetime.Continue...

Ask S&M: Nervous Novice

How do I make sure that when we hook up she’s not disappointed?Continue...

Thanksgiving by the dashboard view

While other families spent the Thanksgiving weekend seated at a table, my dad and I sat together in a car and drove 3,500 kilometres.Continue...

Homecoming memories of past and present

Students past and present recount their stories of tri-coloured weekendsContinue...

How to give the perfect Thanksgiving toast

Every Thanksgiving, members of my family are put on the spot as we go around and give thanks, toasting to the fun, sad and exciting news of the past year.Continue...

Head-to-toe veganism

Whether it’s for moral, environmental, or health reasons, many people are going vegan.Continue...

How to deal: going home for Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving being just around the corner calls for a Monday of no class, lots of home cooked food, and the chance to reunite with some long distance friends.Continue...

High school away from home

When I was 14, I boarded a ferry with all of my possessions packed tightly in pink Rubbermaid storage boxes in the back of my father’s truck and crossed the Atlantic.Continue...

Discovering Kingston’s constellations

Have you ever seen a shooting star? Getting your wishes granted doesn’t have to be a matter of total chance.Continue...

Fall harvest soup to keep you warm this season

As we put away our bikinis for blanket scarves and trade days at the Pier for Stauffer nights, autumn is upon us.Continue...

That's a wrap

Scarves are as common as falling leaves during the Autumn months. It’s easy to throw one on en-route to your 8:30 class, but if you’re in the mood to mix things up a bit, here’s some arrangement...Continue...

Apps to keep you healthy

While technological tools aren’t enough to change your activity levels on their own, they can help kick-start your healthy habits.Continue...

Kingston Corner: Martha's Table

Walking down Alfred Street towards Princess Street, I tend to only turn left when grabbing dinner at my favourite Thai food restaurant. The other day, I had a different destination.Continue...

Introducing S&M

Hi there, Journal readers! Our names are S and M, and together, we are yours truly: S&M. Convenient? We know. Clever? Maybe.Continue...

Paradiso pizza challenge serves up a humble pie

In grade 12, three friends and I entered a spicy wing eating contest at Tammie’s Queen of WinContinue...

Practising mindfulness isn’t for the restless

I wish I was one of those people who could be mindful and do Yoga nidra without needing to move or wonder who’s texting me, but sadly, I’m a restless soul.Continue...

Bite-sized banana bread

I have a tremendous amount of respect for people who can have only one slice of banana bread.Continue...

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