Social Work Essentials 1: A Social Worker’s Go-Bag

As I sat down and thought about different items social workers may need, my mind automatically went in the direction of child welfare workers and home visitations. This go-bag of sorts, as implied in the name, is the bag for the social workers that find themselves rushed, overwhelmed, and running out one door to head... Continue Reading →

How to Remain Productive While Travelling

Hello All! It's custom for myself and my significant other to travel via bus and train to spend time together each month. Flight is too expensive for a couple of college students, so the tips provided below may have a hint of bias towards bus and train travelling, though I have recently gone to the... Continue Reading →

Self-Care for Your Health Care

In order to remain and healthy and well-functioning member of society, it is vital to take your mind, body, and soul. This rings especially true with high-stress jobs - Such as my passion of social work. Whatever your life brings, make sure to take time for yourself to recuperate. Because you cannot adequately conquer the... Continue Reading →

But I Can Try: Doing it All in a World that Says You Can’t

Most people nowadays say that they are busy. What are they busy with exactly? Who knows. We even use our busy schedule as an excuse for missing appointments, skipping social engagements, and turning assignments in late. My response to this: Do better. Now this is not a post to brag about how my life is... Continue Reading →

Managing a Million Responsibilities

As success becomes more tangible, greater responsibilities will follow suit, and being busy or having many tasks to manage may become the norm. As an undergraduate student, attempting to make the most out of my time at university, I find my schedule increasingly packed to the brim, and at times overflowing. Being a part of... Continue Reading →

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