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Work Hard, Play Hard

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4th December

It’s been a long time since I’ve posted here! It feels amazing to be back and I am extremely grateful for this opportunity to write for all of you once again.

So, this is my year two here in UF and also in the states. I wrote many posts last year, but something that I didn’t cover that’s a big part of my life here is campus jobs!

I started working back home in Bangladesh when I was 15, and I think it has helped me immensely to grow as a human being. I began working on campus right after I started at Findlay, and I am still working both of the jobs that I started. I think a lot of students have seen me working in our dining hall (mostly in the pizza station), and obviously, I take immense pride in writing … Read More »



Five Healthy Habits for a Happy Freshman Year

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31st October

One of my passions is living a health-conscious lifestyle. I believe that maintaining good physical and mental health overall makes you a happier person. I strive to make this one of my top priorities. Living in a dorm, it is not simple to maintain routines, especially as a freshman. Many things change quickly in your life. It is hard to balance your school work, social life and health. Sometimes, it seems like living healthy is the first thing to be abandoned once moving on campus. As I try to reestablish my routines, I wanted to share some easy tips that make feeling healthy during freshman year a breeze!

Get plenty of sleep – We’ve all heard that getting eight hours of sleep is essential for our minds and bodies, but not everyone knows the serous effects of sleep deprivation. In my general … Read More »






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