Burnout

By Jenniffer Mann The past month has posed some very challenging moments. Consistently long working hours has made it difficult to devote time to other areas of life and at times, caused me to feel heightened levels of stress, anxiety and of course tiredness. These can all be symptoms of...

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The Real Constant

By Jamila Maud . Many of us are creatures of habit. I like to wake up before everyone in my household and enjoy the peace and quiet. I pray and just lie still and listen.  One of the many reasons for this is because as soon as I get out...

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Freedom

By Julia Gervais I’m fed up of being inside. I miss my friends. I can’t go to work. Imagine, I actually want to go to school! Anywhere – I just want to be free! No train rides, no gym, no football.  I have had enough! According to the Cambridge Dictionary,...

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Don’t Panic During the Pandemic

By O’Neal Copeland The most recent events concerning the Coronavirus and the disease it causes, Covid-19, have been prevalent in the news. To date (globally) over 3.5 million people have been infected and in excess of 250,000 people have tragically lost their lives.  However, we must also remember that in 1918...

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