• Question: When you are frustrated with the outcomes of your experiments, what do you do to refocus? Arts? Sports? Hanging out with friends? What helps you recharge?

    Asked by 653hyda42 to Zoe, Lindsay, Kenzi, Jeff, Avani on 18 May 2015.
    • Photo: Jeff Shi

      Jeff Shi answered on 18 May 2015:

      I spend a lot of time with music when I need to relax – discovering new music, writing about it, going to concerts, playing it, and talking about it with friends.

    • Photo: Zoe GetmanPickering

      Zoe GetmanPickering answered on 18 May 2015:

      I used to do martial arts. Nothing is better for frustration than punching the stuffing out of some pads. Now I hang with friends and do craft projects. With crafts I can get cool, visible results in just one day, and that helps with the frustration.

    • Photo: K. Lindsay Hunter

      K. Lindsay Hunter answered on 18 May 2015:

      My favorite is going horseback riding. When I finished typing up and submitting my Masters project, I literally pressed “send” and left to compete in a hunter-jumper horse show. Nothing like soaring over jumps to wipe all other thoughts from your mind!