Through tan lines and good vibes, here’s to capturing summer with the first ever Sock The Walk Magazine!
Let’s face it, the end of the school year is fast approaching. Yet this year, the sweet smell of ice cream and summer comes hand in hand with many nights staying up. Spring is the most wonderful time of the year from accepting to universities and realizing that moving away a couple of hours will…… Continue reading How to Have a Chic Dorm on a Budget!
It’s that time of year again. You go arrive at Staples to get brand new two-inch binders to get a fresh start this year, yet your student budget only allows you to cop the lime green and hot pink floral Dora binders for 99¢. You begin to question what learning utensils you will actually need on a day…… Continue reading How To Survive Frosh Week
How I went to Europe for 26 days and found a new me!
Happy Sockin Sunday everyone! I know…it has been long overdue since I have released a blog post, yet trust me when I say that it has been a terribly busy time of year. From prom, the last day of high school, to exam season, I can happily say that I am entirely in summer mode.…… Continue reading From Rome to Home: A Travelin’ Summer Playlist
Happy Sockin’ (easter) Sunday! The sun is shining, the easter bunny is hopping around, and April is just around the corner. Instead of doing a lengthy opinionated blog post today, I decided to share my top ten things I’ve been loving this month with you guys. Now sit back, kick your feet up, crack into…… Continue reading March Favourites!
“What do you want to be when you’re older?” I hate the question. I associate it with gritting teeth, family events, teachers, parents, doctors, or any adult I seem to have crossed in the past 4 years. There is this stigma among adults that right as you walk through the doors of high school for…… Continue reading You Don’t Always Have To Know
It’s that time of year again. The time where you all you can see are signs to go to the university campus tours. You’ve always looked at those and thought “this does not apply to me” “I have nothing to worry about”. But this year, you do. For some, you may be a mother, daughter,…… Continue reading How to Survive Campus Day