Reflections of week 7 of the coronavirus pandemic lockdown
Obviously. I know that’s what you’re thinking. But for most of us, this covid-19 pandemic has made this point, and scary that is. Tomorrow is not promised because… I did not realise I would finish my university degree 3.5 months before my time. Heartbreaking as it is, I feel robbed of my final lectures on […]
Disastrous times unfolded. My project was already set and I was coming up to do the remaining bits of research which I hadn’t already done… this is when I noticed, I had taken the “identify a gap in the research” part too far… my project could not go ahead due to a lack of research […]
I’ve just re-downloaded the tone and sculpt app by Krissy Cela and here are my thoughts. I first had it a year ago over summer and used it for the gym version. I have to say, it was super useful and challenging which is what i really enjoyed about it, and my favourite thing is, […]
Covid-19 treating introverts like me with more time to think. Here’s what sprung to mind. Living life = activated (for real)
The previous post summarised the starting point of my independent research and ended having booked to take part in an EEG experiment with another researcher to get a feel. Later, I also received opportunity to shadow. Here are both my experiences as a participant and as an observer.
Don’t wait for Monday, start on Wednesday.
Here’s my current feeling regarding the coronavirus, impacts on me, my studies and socials. Take care everyone and wash your hands. Never did I think I’d live through a pandemic – fingers crossed.
It’s Mother’s Day. So here’s some lessons my wise mother has taught me along the years. In no particular order of course. I hope everyone is coping in this stressful time and to those who are especially affected by the coronavirus pandemic, my heart is with you.
Ready to release to you, the long awaited dissertation posts. Here’s number 1.