It feels like January has been a year, but we’ve reached the end of the last 31 days. It’s a tricky time of year in my opinion, the novelty of a new year can wear off pretty quickly, its cold, we’re back at work/uni/school, and we now have a name for the day claimed to … More New Year, New Pressure?
We’re a few weeks into 2020 now, so the ‘goals’ have been set and we’re putting them into practice? Thinking positive at the end of 2019, I set some self-care goals which you can read about here and as I’m tracking the days that I complete them, it’s so good so far. But once that … More Finding Balance within the Busyness?
If someone could tell me where the last 3 years have gone, that would be great. I can’t believe that I will (hopefully!) be graduating in the summer. It only seems like yesterday that I was actually getting ready to embark on the big adventure as such. Who knew I was going to fall in … More How I'm Navigating my Final Year of University
I’m really not sure where the last university term has gone, it’s felt like a whirlwind. The conclusion that I’ve come to is that final year is a marathon, with sprints thrown in every so often. Not to mention the stress, it’s a constant weigh up of wanting to have fun and avoid stress but … More How to Improve your Productivity over Christmas
Cornwall in October may be a combination that isn’t initially thought of. I know, it’s often cold, rainy & windy, but it’s a place not just to visit for the summer months. For the last couple of years, I’ve visited the Padstow area & although it’s known for Rick Stein’s culinary delights, there is plenty … More The Best Parts of Padstow
Being back at University feels like I’ve been thrown into the deep end. I’ve been really looking forward to being back & even though I am motivated to work hard, it doesn’t mean that I can take everything in my stride! I love routine so I’m slowly working out what mine is going to be … More How to Prevent Feeling Overwhelmed as a Student