Maternity Wear: What to Buy

There comes a point in pregnancy when you realize your pants just don’t fit anymore. I reached that point at around 10 weeks of pregnancy—even though I wasn’t showing much yet and I hadn’t even gained any weight, pregnancy caused some bloating that prevented my pants from buttoning. It was a sad day. But alas, … Continue reading Maternity Wear: What to Buy

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First Trimester: Beating the Nausea

Morning sickness, or more like all-day sickness, has been the absolute worst part of pregnancy so far for me. It hit me hard during my fifth week of pregnancy, and didn’t let up until about week eighteen. I still feel nauseous occasionally, but haven’t lost my food since that eighteenth week. Morning sickness affects roughly … Continue reading First Trimester: Beating the Nausea

Finding the Balance: School, Work, and Social Life

School work is time-consuming. Assuming you are going to school full-time taking at least 12 credits and are expected to spend 3 hours of work per credit, that puts you at 36 hours per week of just going to classes, doing homework, and studying. School really is a full-time job, especially if you are taking … Continue reading Finding the Balance: School, Work, and Social Life