Tips for studying online

Tips for studying online

You’ve just enrolled in your first online university class. What do you need to know? Do? Understand? What are the best strategies for online learning? In this blog post, I’ll share my top tips for studying online. Make a study plan A study plan is crucial to online learning. Every semester, I make a plan, … Continue reading Tips for studying online

Advertisements
The paradox of being an INFJ

The paradox of being an INFJ

INFJs are unusual. Not only are they the rarest personality type (making up 1-2% of the world’s population) but the elements of their personality are contradictory. I’m an INFJ and sometimes I feel like I’m two different people. Here’s why: I’m an extroverted introvert Here’s the dialogue of my life: “I love everyone! I want … Continue reading The paradox of being an INFJ

It’s time to stop stigmatising modern medicine

It’s time to stop stigmatising modern medicine

Society can’t seem to get comfortable with modern medicine. There are opinions, day in and day out, telling us not to take too many pills; that natural medicine is the “right” way to go; that antidepressants don’t really work; and that most often, the side effects of drugs aren’t worth it. Recently, I found a … Continue reading It’s time to stop stigmatising modern medicine

Let’s embrace our ‘don’t know’ minds

Let’s embrace our ‘don’t know’ minds

Buddhism has great ideologies. One of my personal favourites is the concept of ‘don’t know’ mind. Don’t know mind can be confusing at first. Why shouldn’t we know? Should we be more ignorant? Definitely not. Don’t know mind is something else entirely. It’s what Suzuki Roshi spoke of when he said “in the beginner’s mind … Continue reading Let’s embrace our ‘don’t know’ minds