Sari - MSc DM - Day in the life of an Ivey student
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It's 5:30 a.m. Due to current wind conditions. Global stories with Nikki and Susan, we start in Myanmar has been the third day of big protests after the military seized power last week. Thousands of people have been on the streets, the military now the warning of actions saying they won't tolerate lawlessness. They beat South Africa by 95 runs to complete a two nil test series win 12 2090 minutes stars. The reason for that music was that Is that it's a nice way to start. It is 9:15 a.m. That means I'm Colonel on a break. Our classes are sometimes divided up into two parts, so we have that we have 15 more minutes. So what usually happens is I try to make myself breakfast because I have a long day of meetings today That means that I will be probably in my chair till, like, 3 30 which is already dinner time. So I want to make sure I have some energy, some food in me. I don't have food, I'm in a cranky mood, and that just translates over to my team meetings before I was interrupted by the zoom call, which obviously is a little bit more important because I have to make sure no one calls my name and ask me any questions. Today I'm gonna be making myself some breakfast early at 9 15 just because I have meetings all day, and that means I won't have time to eat until probably 3 40. So in order to not be cranky and make sure I'm hydrated, have food so I can have energy. So what's today's breakfast? It's just hard boiled eggs and coffee. I know I sound like a senior citizen, but I really enjoy it, and it's a nice thing to eat and a quick thing, maybe, and I try not to eat in class because it's very impolite, but I try to make sure that I also keep myself, um, fed throughout the class. So whether that be through in all bars, fruit, veggies, anything that's there, I can quickly grab as a snack. So almost like packing your lunch for the day, even though you're in your own house is very easy to do. I don't want to mute it because I don't want to miss. If I do have to answer and that's the thing when you put yourself muted and off camera, if someone asks you a question and you don't pay attention, we Yeah, okay, so I guess we're coming in early, so I'll see you guys later, but but hi guys. So I am actually going to go shovel some snow because we got a lot of it. So I want to make sure that it doesn't turn into ice, which could be a little more dangerous. So when it's usually wintertime in Canada, it means a lot of snow. So one of the tasks I like to do to kind of relax myself before any meetings or class is shovel the snow. So you're gonna come along with me and watch me shovel the snow. I'm getting a little bit cool for you guys, because this camera, I don't know what the major last two, but I'm quickly going to show you guys how to shovel some stuff. So one thing I like to do after my classes is either go for a walk, do any errands that we have to do. Since we are on lockdown, most stuff is closed except grocery stores. So I offer to pick up bread. Either it comes bakery, and it's like a five kilometre walk from my house. So I wear a mask on while I'm walking because there's people that pass by so out of courtesy for themselves and protection for myself. Mm. B. I wanted to Let's see it. Really I mean, I want to show Justin is if you from tonight to receive me.