• InstituteUniversity of Lethbridge
  • ProgramEducation
  • RegionCalgary and South

I got pretty involved at my school and made a lot of friends that way, whether from joining a club or attending campus events.

What's in My Bag?

  1. Which one item do you think you couldn’t live without? 
    A warm tumbler of earl grey tea with lots of milk! It's not often that I don’t have one in my hands. In fact, that's probably why it isn’t in the picture: I was probably drinking it instead. I drink 4 - 5 cups a day!

  2. Is there anything missing from this picture that is usually in your bag?
    My headphones. I don’t go anywhere without them and yet, somehow I forgot to include them. I listen to music all the time. When I’m studying, when I’m working out, when I’m preparing lessons (I’m a student teacher), when I’m in the car.

  3. Which of the items in your bag would you recommend other students always have on hand, and why? 
    I couldn't stay organized without my notebook which I use to write down reminders, to-do lists, grocery lists, ideas for lessons, blogs, etc. I also need my daytimer. I realize my phone and laptop have notepads and calendars but I prefer physically writing things down.

  4. Did you add anything to the photo that you don't normally carry around?
    The markers and my favorite children’s book. They symbolize a huge part of my life and my goal of becoming a teacher. I read children’s books much more often than grown-up books and find ways to weave them into lessons.

  5. What item from your bag would your friends say represents you the most?
    Maybe my yoga mat? I started doing yoga as a way to deal with my stress and frustrations. Yoga has taught me so many breathing exercises and poses that I use to calm myself or bring up my energy. I even use some of my yoga in my teaching which has been really cool because it feels like me.

  6. If you could trade bags for a day with another Ambassador, who would you choose, and why?
    That's hard to say! One thing I loved about this project was seeing how different everyone’s bags were. We all work together, we are all in post-secondary, and yet, our differences really shine through. 

Apr 7, 2016
Post-secondary Options Career Choices
Mar 22, 2016
Social Life Mental Health
Mar 3, 2016
Career Choices Money
Mar 1, 2016
Career Choices Money
Feb 22, 2016
Career Choices Money
Jan 25, 2016
Transitioning to Post-secondary Study
Jan 13, 2016
Career Choices
Jan 4, 2016
Career Choices Social Life
Dec 10, 2015
Transferring Transitioning to Post-secondary