Episode 1: How to deal with Stress and Anxiety, PhD Fashionista’s Survival Guide to Grad School

Hey guys!

Hope everyone is having a good week so far! The quarter started on Monday and I’m a Teaching Assistant on top of doing research, so it will be a very busy quarter!
I’m preparing a bunch of conference fashion posts to be posting for the conference I’m attending this weekend/next week, and I will be trying to blog every day of the conference, so be on the lookout for those posts!

But first, I want to post my first episode for my Youtube Series: Phd Fashionista’s Survival Guide to Grad School: How to deal with Stress and Anxiety.

It is really putting myself out there and talking about something personal I’ve dealt with, but I find it rarely talked about and so hush-hush, so I am restarting the conversation. Hope this can help even just one person, it will all be worth it!

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I would love to hear your comments about this topic, what you think about the videos, and any other topics you would like to hear discussed!

Have a wonderful rest of your week!



PS. Winner of the Viktor and Rolf Flowerbomb perfume giveaway will be announced as soon as I can check thru all of the entries!



  1. April 8, 2016 / 5:45 am

    I agree with this video so much. Stress and graduate school go hand in hand. Honestly, for me just remembering that and connecting with my classmates was so helpful. Last semester I didn't have a job so I was basically school for 6 hours a week then home. This semester I work at least 10 hours a week on campus plus my 6 hours of class, so those 16+ hours on campus each week is really helpful for me because I feel better when I am connected to campus.

    • April 11, 2016 / 5:12 am

      so true Amanda! glad this resonated with you ! I feel like everyone deals with stress and not everyone talks about it! Very good tip, staying connected with others definitely helps!!

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