At 16:45 today, May 14th 2018, I submitted my final assignment for my second year at university, and just like that, with one simple click of a button, I am done, well over half way through my university degree. As of now, it is about 4 minutes past 5, and I am having a minor… Continue reading On My Second Year at University
This semester at university, in comparison to last semester, I have a rather large reading list, which I thought would be nice to share with you guys! I am taking three modules: Austen and the Brontës, Shakespeare, and Poetry [creative writing]. Austen and the Brontës For this module, I am reading 3 books by Jane Austen… Continue reading My University TBR
Well hello humans. Today, I did something I didn’t think I ever would: I went to an open mic night, and performed. (To be honest, I hadn’t put much thought into it before I did one, but suddenly there was a lot of thought going into it!) The theme was mental health as it was Mental… Continue reading My First Open Mic Night
(Just.) It is the evening of Sunday the 2nd October 2016 and you know what that means… FRESHER’S WEEK IS OVER! *sighs of relief across the country* Fresher’s week has been absolutely manic (hence – I haven’t posted once). It has been (mostly) great, so here’s a general round-up of the highlights of this week:… Continue reading I Survived Fresher’s.
I am going to university on my own – like thousands of other students around the country. My closest friend is my boyfriend, and he is 3 hours away by train. The place I’m going to is quite far away from everything, quite isolated… and I’m really scared. I would guess that I have the… Continue reading Friendship Fears
Now, the reason that I haven’t written about this before on this blog is, I think, because I am quite frankly a 50:50 split between exceedingly excited and so nervous that I might pee whenever I think about it. In March, I got an email from the University of East Anglia offering me a place… Continue reading I’m Going To University!
It’s A-Level results day, and around the country teenagers are crying or laughing. Or, y’know, both. Months ago, I received an unconditional offer to the university I was all too happy to go to. I accepted; so these past few months haven’t been as stressful as if I had put down a conditional offer (which,… Continue reading A Level Results: They Aren’t Everything