Here’s an all-round update: Week 4 of my final year at university. I guess it’s taken me four weeks to settle in and be able to conjure up a reflection, without being feeling too overwhelmed.
I have been writing. I’ve been writing drafts for a bigger project I’m working on and that is to document my whole Empirical Project experience. So that I can reflect on the growth throughout the year, the bumps in the road, the easy flows. Everything. These pieces will be a bit juicy content wise. I […]
Following patterns when you know they don’t serve you is a BAD choice. Follow what you love. Scroll to the end for the key message I learned over many many failed choices… here’s hoping I learn this time.
Here’s what’s probably going to happen.
I have 4 days left of work, the first time I will be completely free since June! (Bar my two weeks off post-surgery). I’m feeling positive and managed to get majority of my stuff ordered and packed for uni yesterday. We can definitely say, I stuck to my to-do-list. Just have to get through the […]
Strategically, I have titled this post using “part one” to end it… because we all know how the human mind likes to change up, even when we think we’ve got everything sorted… if any clinical psychologists follow me, feel free to drop a comment/email me! I’d love to hear about your journey there.
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.