I’m finding it really tough right now to actualise the meaning to those five words. I don’t HAVE to know what I’m going to do in the future in terms of a career. I don’t have to have a plan right now, or ever. All that matters is now. This moment. I shouldn’t waste it […]
“Predictors of utilitarian choice: impulsivity and dark triad traits” I got 85% – yes! If anyone is interested in my findings, let me know and I might do a post about that if there is some interest…
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.
Ready to release to you, the long awaited dissertation posts. Here’s number 1.
This week was super productive. Over two working day, I basically finished the second draft of my coursework and now have 3 days till the deadline, and I’m feeling chill. I just have to re-write and make it more suitable for my target audience. Also this week, I piloted my dissertation study tasks, so that […]
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 […]
My experiences of living in halls as a returner
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.
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 […]