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.
Isn’t it funny, how some feelings don’t change? I stand with love. You stand on reserve. I gave you all my love, my dear. My tank is everlasting, but yours had a hole. A hole – asshole.
Time for New Years resolutions, I know I’m a bit late… but here goes: 1. To not immediately turn down plans and to make more of an effort with people who I love. 2. To study at least 4 hours per day, during the week (till I finish uni) 3. Be able to do the […]
Inspired by, Netflix “YOU”
Feeling anxious is a bummer. I don’t know what I am doing with my life, what I’m going to do after university, what profession I’ll go into, who I’ll be with, if anyone, ever. These are all so scary and I feel tiny right now. I know I’ve got to just keep moving forward and […]
Some nonsense writing onto paper essentially
It’s Christmas break! So I won’t be posting weekly Sunday updates on my weeks at university. But I’ll be back for semester 2! Starting at the end of January. See you then:)
Here, we uncover some deep realisations I had not too long ago stemming all the way back to my childhood. This is a vulnerable topic for me but that means I should probably share it too. I know I’m probably not alone. I love you, dad.
So, it’s Sunday and it’s uni reflection time. This week, I had submitted my first piece of coursework for the year. It was on MDMA and it was an objective report to government officials giving them information on risks of recreational and benefits of potential use. I really enjoyed working on this report and hopefully, […]