I think I may have just cracked the most efficient way of getting through my to do list, but also incorporating treats, and working out. I think I may in fact be a genius. It goes a little bit like this: I write my to do list- I have an app on my laptop which … Continue reading 4 step programme to do everything and anything
We’ve been launched into the second term of third year, and thus comes the burden of the independent research project. I’ve made it sound awful, but in reality it’s amazing. I’ve got to the point in my degree where I feel like I’m getting ready to leave. To fly the proverbial nest and to launch … Continue reading Don’t ask me what I’m going to do next, because I don’t know.
It’s finally the Christmas holidays, and although I’m still in Leeds doing a couple more shifts at work , I’ll soon be on my way, flying back to Suffolk on Virgin trains first class (I treated myself). Its been a really long term when I think about it, and I haven’t really had a break… … Continue reading The Term of Autumn
It’s a Thursday night and I am beyond exhausted. I’ve come home, done my washing up, whacked a pasta bake in the oven and attempted to tidy my room, before collapsing in bed. My head is full of CVs, third year solos and thinking about what I might want to do for my research project. … Continue reading Nothing is impossible
The idea of starting third year next Friday doesn’t necessarily scare me. Which is interesting and sort of dull. I always thought I would greet my final year of undergraduate study with intense fear and trepidation. The knowledge that in a mere eleven months or so I would be released into the big bad world. … Continue reading UPDATE: the approach of third year