For more insight into the postgrad and undergrad struggle, follow me on Instagram @aminasalmost30.
The title is cumbersome so I can forgo a summary, right.
For Nur Banu's blog, “In the Belly of the Fish”, click here.
For Jia Jiang's TED talk, “What I Learned from 100 Days of Rejection”, click here.
And for the research showing that 91.4% of the worries of a sample of individuals with GAD (Generalized Anxiety Disorder) did not come to fruition, click here.
For my labor of love, "97 Science-Backed Tips for Improved Productivity and Creativity", available on Medium, click here.
To echo one or both of the McClure Twins, that subscribe button is just waiting for you to hit it. And those three dots in the corner are begging for attention as well. But not me. I don't beg. I'm above that. And so are you. A quote that hit me this week: "That which we accept for the least of us applies to all of us." -Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez
Another: “They call them ‘developing countries’ because ‘countries struggling to recover from being ruthlessly pillaged and systematically destabilized’ doesn’t have the same ring.” - Bunmi Laditan
48: Doing what they tell you NOT to do during Study Abroad: Talking to Celene about Secularism, Success, and Compassion
45: From comfort zones to California: Talking to AC about College Fees, Mexico, and Unconsummate Power
37: The irony of climate change and the isolation of unemployment with Mona (@journeyofakhalifah)
I’m not for the animal testing but the reference for the estimated ability to detect a trillion inputs is herein:
“On the Dimensionality of Odor Space” by Meister
Podcast episode on which Mona previously spoke with Suhaib Webb
Last legitimate threat to a “hegemonic monoculture” by Eeman Abbasi
Celeste Headlee’s comment about Henry Higgins’ “My Fair Lady”
Curious Awareness: the solution to breaking bad habits by Judson Brewer
The power of originals: TED talk by Adam Grant, author of “Originals”
A transcript may appear here. Follow @codingsisters on instagram! Trust me, it's worth it.