Managing money as a university student

Are you good at handling money? Do you know when to spend and when to just.... you know.... not spend? Since becoming a university I've had to learn how to handle my money more. I have a part-time job since I was about 16, so I started to pay my own phone contract, buy my... Continue Reading →

My Books of the Year 2019/2020:

In case it wasn't obvious from my blog, I like to read, so here are four of my top books of the year - both course and leisure related: 1) All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven - I have to start with the book that I am currently reading. If you're into young adult... Continue Reading →

For the next generation

I'm sure most of you have seen the news recently with the racial injustice that is happening in this world that we all live in. If you haven't, and have somehow managed to miss it, I suggest you remove your blindfold, get on the internet and do a bit of research on it. Although we... Continue Reading →

A New Found Fitness?!?!

During university, I put on a load of weight. Beforehand I wasn't necessarily a gym fanatic but I certainly did a lot more than I did once I begun my new chapter at uni. It got to the point that I hate looking at the group pictures I took on my 19th birthday. My diet... Continue Reading →

The Art of Pursuit

First things first, I am incredibly sorry for the extremely late post. I was meant to post yesterday but life took over - you know how it is. What I want to talk about today is pursuit, the beauty of it, the art of it. Throughout my life I have pursued so many things. People,... Continue Reading →

Take a breath….

Does it ever feel as if you are running a constant race? As if even if you lay completely still, you're still exhausted? Me too. Someone asked me that about two years ago, when they saw I was stuck in a constant cycle of overthinking and never getting the results I want to. I wish... Continue Reading →

So who’s going to break the cycle?

Nowadays everyone's got a lot to say about social media. Snapchat. Instagram. Twitter. YouTube. A lot of the younger generation, myself included can't go a day without scrolling through our feed, flicking through stories, liking, commenting and reposting. But is it really all that bad? It without a doubt that social media is used to... Continue Reading →

How do I juggle life as a sixth form student?

There are many aspects to my life currently as a sixth form student. Many of these exist within the realms of academia but there are other parts of my life that happen outside of school. Everyone's experience with sixth form/college differs, depending on how they have chosen to navigate life. But here's how I do... Continue Reading →

What do I want to do within the next 365 days?

2018 has been a rollercoaster of a year. Some elements were amazing, others I have learnt valuable lessons from. Nevertheless I am blessed that I have made it successfully through another year. I have strengthened relationships in all aspects of my life, grown on a personal level and developed a whole new skill set that... Continue Reading →

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