I suggest that, if you’re able to, keep your camera on. This simple action not only benefits you and your peers, but also your lecturing professors, who I’m sure are growing weary of talking to their laptops.
If you’ve been thinking about starting some kind of daily habit like yoga — this is your sign.
The pandemic has challenged us all, making us more vulnerable and changing the way that we see the world.
Don’t forget that sometimes a positive outlook is necessary, and try to learn to trust in the process — whatever that may mean for you.
Instead of doubting yourself, relish in the truth that the task in front of you is supposed to be hard. I firmly believe whatever goals we might have are accomplishable, but attitude is what makes the difference.
Students want to foster a sense of normalcy at these games for other fans and for the players — a small effort that is worthwhile and affects all of us. In this sense, these games are still a success.
Although I still often feel the need to practice my journaling everyday, I know the last thing I want to do is think of such an enjoyable and fulfilling hobby as a looming chore. So I’m learning to be okay with inconsistency.
Taking classes online is hard, and remote learning has thrown many of us off-balance and into unpredictable situations.