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 […]
Here’s what’s probably going to happen.
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.
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 […]