This was my [IB, HL English, Paper 1, mock-exam] commentary essay on the poem "My Father's Garden" by David Wagoner. In my class, we wrote this as our official midterm exam, and were given two hours. I was proud of the product so I decided to share it here. I enjoyed writing the essay too… Continue reading writing || Flying Purple People Eater: Spiritual Regression in “My Father’s Garden” | IB HL English Paper One Commentary
My first-ever guest post is now published over on The Boosted Journal! I had a great time collaborating with Riccardo on this one, go check it out right here! Below is a little excerpt from the introduction. Hey Boosted Readers! I’m super excited to be hopping over here today to chat studying and organization with… Continue reading organization || Study SMART, not MORE | How to Create the Perfect Study System for YOU
This was a short essay for my grade 12 politics class. It had to be about a controversial topic, so I chose affirmative action and argued against it. Equality for everyone – regardless of race, sex, appearance, ability, and social status is perhaps the largest social campaign currently influencing the news, social media, and even… Continue reading writing || The Problems with Affirmative Action
Went a little more artsy for this month since for the first time ever before I've been really getting into this whole autumn vibe thing (even though it's super duper cold)! 😛 So excited for you guys to finally see this video! I had this ready a couple days ago, but for some reason my… Continue reading organization || November Set-Up | Simple but Artsy Autumn Theme!
One of my biggest "academic" goals throughout high school has been to create the PERFECT note taking system. While high school is important for the marks, I think it's more important to set yourself up with good study habits and a good system of learning that will stay with you for life. In my search,… Continue reading organization || Mistral Method Series: Efficient, Adaptable, Organized & Aesthetic Note-Taking