It’s all part of the journey: university struggles and how stress can be a good motivator (for me)
This isn’t a negative post at all. Something I’m learning to embrace. The fear and crippling anxiety associated with uncertainty is scary. But it doesn’t have to be. Recently, I’m aware that I don’t really know what I’m going to do in the future, but that’s okay. I’m learning to appreciate the journey more. Literally, […]
I know winter is coming because I’m struggling to get out of bed more often. The sun doesn’t illuminate my room in the day, and the rain makes its appearance instead. Motivation to do uni work is a shambles right now, but I think that’s because the ball hasn’t dropped yet. Bring it on. It’ll […]
Here comes the verdict of my septoplasty surgery and what this means for me now.
Here’s part 2.2 as promised. There will be a part 3 that I’m hoping to publish on Wednesday @22:00 GMT.
Here’s Part 2.1 of the build-up to my septoplasty surgery. Part 2.2 will be posted later today/tonight.
My experiences of living in halls as a returner
The sun appears to dim as you come by – I can never tell how long I’ve got before you pour anguish all over me. Sometimes, I see it coming from miles away, other times, your force just beckons and you’re here. Sometimes bittersweet, but only when you say goodbye with rainbows.
Today upon doing some reflection of the good things I have i life, I found myself with quite the list! I’m sharing this so that, even if you don’t feel your life is great right now, maybe some of these things will remind you that it’s likely you are living a more meaningful life than you think. In no particular order… here goes:
It’s MOVE IN DAY! I am exhausted, like honestly, super tired. I packed majority of my stuff last night, all ready to move into halls today. I’m certain there are things which I will have to come back for, but that’s okay, because I’m going to come home again before I start uni properly in […]