Oasis

Hello all!

With the beginning of this semester’s deadlines looming overhead in my near future, I think perhaps I will use this post to reflect on exactly where my oases are. Up here in Guelph, I would have to say my little oasis can be found in my house off campus, among my housemates chatting, while perched upon a chair—and perhaps (actually, definitely) holding a cup of delicious hot chocolate. Of course, my larger oasis would be my family—and returning home during reading week is something I am already looking forward to. I can just imagine it: at home, reading a book, a cat loudly purring and sprawled across my lap (and in the way of my page of course), as I wait for a home cooked meal. I mean, there will of course be the whole doing work to stay on top of things, but I like to place that thought in a little box for now, hidden beneath more pleasant images; for example, the freedom from having to venture outside into the blizzard weather that is Guelph to go to class, and perhaps (actually, definitely) having longer sleep-ins. Suffice to say, I am excited for reading week.

Finally, if there is anyone reading this that is feeling stressed about something and needs a little oasis, the (relatively) new mental wellness website put up by the Wellness Center is a great resource, so check it out!

https://www.uoguelph.ca/mentalwellbeing/

Over and out,

Joanne

CASU Representative

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The Bachelor of Arts and Sciences Student Association is the student government representing Bachelor of Arts and Sciences students at the University of Guelph. Through social and academic activities, we facilitate learning and promote camaraderie amongst students and the larger University of Guelph community

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