accounting to psychology: nightmare process

This is a fairly long and detailed account of my steps before university, as I started and how I ended up doing a whole turnaround: the big decisions, the stress and the hurdles.

raindrops

As the rain gets heavier, my eyes grow wider, my breathing slows and my heart beat grows. Is this what it’s like? I find shelter under big oak trees - feeling alive, for once. The bark against my back reminds me I always have something to lean on and the soil clenched between my hands …

newly inspired outlook on life

I was scrolling Instagram’s explore page the other day and I do this silly thing where I refresh the page, and before doing so i pick a row and column and really think about the message that comes through. Yeah pretty strange, I know. Sometimes it’s not always pleasant but honestly, that’s kind of the …

8 goals till the end of 2020

1. To write more: about my feelings when I am emotional (good/bad). I find that writing is the best way for me to express not only my feelings and thoughts, but it also helps me think more logically. I often write a lot/plan potential plans of actions - for example, plans for after university etc …

magnetised

Here is a little poem I wrote a while back. I’m quite proud of this piece as I find it to be truly timeless. There isn’t just one theme which can stem from this, honestly, each time I read it - dependent on my mood, I can envision different meanings from this. Be that a relationship with anxiety, love, depression etc. Take what resonates! Hope you enjoyed this.

personal experience of office work

1. I grew confidence to ask for a pay rise, it was approved and most importantly: ANYONE CAN DO IT - this is a huge one! Although I am/was only temporary summer staff, I had come back to this company for three years in a row. Of course, with this, my responsibilities did increase and …