Welcome to the Tinder-century world of dating. It’s full of swipes, likes and different relationship types. Have you been ghosted? Not heard from your crush? Are they making you feel like cr*p? It’s tough out there, we get it. mindhamok is here to help you navigate the complicated world of ghosting!
You know that one person that lights up any room that’s seemingly brimming with self-confidence? Or that friend that can chat up anyone? Their appeal is so alluring, yet so mysterious. What do they have that we don’t?
Let’s be honest: student dating is a rollercoaster. A rollercoaster that some of us love to ride, or one that we never want to get on again. That being said, most of us will give dating a go at some point or another. For students who want to start dating, we’ve got one question for you: do you believe in love at first swipe? Punny. Now let’s get started…
Welcome back to another blog post where we dive into the good stuff. This time, we're going to chat about living authentically. Yeah, you heard that right. We're talking about being our true selves, letting our unique colours shine, and embracing our quirks, flaws, and all. So grab a cup of your favourite beverage, put your mind in a hammock and let's get this authenticity party started!
Studying abroad may well turn out to be one of those pivotal periods in life that opens you into different ways of seeing the world and yourself in it. And it has its challenges. Familiarize yourself here with the phases of cultural adjustment, a framework to help you think specifically about your adjustment to the new culture you are moving towards.
Equality, diversity and inclusion, or EDI, DEI or even JEDI when we place ‘Justice’ up front (nod to Yoda). We’ve all probably heard these words being thrown around. But what do they mean, and how do they relate to us?
One of mindhamok’s very own shares her story on achieving perfection… and what to do when you can’t quite get there.
Welcome to the sex ed class you may have never had before – put your mind in a hammock, take notes and enjoy the ride (all puns intended). Here we talk about Consent, bust some Myths as well as challenge the Movies version of Sex...
A new academic term is just around the corner, if not already started, and for those of you who have chosen to study abroad or head off to university – your adventure is about to begin. There will be challenges ahead, possibly when it comes to making new friends. Although forming friendships can seem daunting, it’s important to remember that being a good friend is easy and making new friends is fun – here’s why.
When we think of peer pressure we often think of the negatives. We are often taught to avoid the people that apply pressure. And sometimes, that is the case. However, as much we want to avoid it, we will not only endure negative peer pressure in our lifetimes, but we may be the ones applying it too – sometimes without even realising.