How to be Sick, in style

It’s hard being stylish on an everyday basis. You have to pick out pieces, stay fit and organized, be unique, and not look like a total idiot. You know what’s even harder? Being stylish when you’re sick. You know what that takes? Planning. With these simple tips, you’ll be well on your way to Instagramming … Continue reading

How to Use the Panopticon Theory to Your Advantage

Lately, I’ve had a bunch of stuff due. It’s hell, I tell you. Some days I question the wisdom of post-secondary education, and then I remember how much I love it. My main issue is focus. If I am studying something of little to no interest to me (17th century French Literature, you say?) then … Continue reading

Things That Always Make Me Feel Better

I’ve been down lately. I know, shocker, especially based on my last few posts! (blatant sarcasm there, not quite sure if you caught that or not.) The second year of my university education is all but done. In light of this, and based on the fact that I refuse on principle to wallow in self … Continue reading

How to Focus, katherinepedia-style

GAAHHHH. I can’t focus. Again. Maybe it’s the combination of not enough food and too much caffeine, but lately my mind has been wandering something fierce. While some of my favourite sayings [I should really make a post about this] revolve around the idea of being lost, not knowing where you are going, wandering, etc. … Continue reading

OMG: Blue Makeup

Blue eyeliner gets a bad rap, blue eye makeup in general, really. Blame the 80s, blame Madonna, heck, blame the Blue Man Group, but the fact remains that it’s avoided like the plague by hoards of females trying to avoid looking dated, tacky, or like they’ve just been on the wrong side of a fist … Continue reading

How to Write an Essay, katherinepedia-style

Salutations, all. I’ve just stumbled out of an essay, Starbucks, and Canadiana induced haze to find my room a mess, my eating and exercise habits shot, my personal hygiene let go, and my blog woefully left untended. I’m terribly sorry, hazards of being a university student and all. In light of these recent events, as … Continue reading